Several of the businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy were able to reopen today, but many remain closed or are operating at reduced capacity. Below is a list noting which companies have opened and which have remained closed as of 3:00 p.m. EST today. Notes on each company’s status have been provided where available.
Though many businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy were able to reopen today, there are some that still remain closed. Below is yesterday's list of closed businesses, amended to note which have opened and which have remained closed as of 3:15 p.m. EST today. Messages from the closed companies have been posted when available.
Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast on Friday evening, bringing with it winds and flooding across the most populated corridor in the United States. Estimates of the damage are still coming in as millions in the U.S. have been left without power. As of noon Tuesday, at least 21 are reported dead in the U.S., bringing the total death toll to 67.
Promo Marketing's offices will be closed today, October 29, in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy. The category 1 hurricane is expected to make landfall on Monday and will bring severe winds and heavy rainfall to much of the East Coast.
In response to a year-long surge in activity on its website, Prime Line recently announced that it has made significant improvements to www.primeline.com relating to the overall speed of the site and the search function. The Bridgeport, Connecticut-based company has also embarked on a complete redesign of its website, which is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2013.
Fortune 1000 companies continue to focus on vetting their supply chains and requiring their partners to prove compliance. In order to meet these customer requirements, two more suppliers have begun taking the necessary, proactive steps to provide safe and compliant products. Woodstock, Illinois-based American Ad Bag and Ontario, California-based Otto International Inc. have applied to participate in the comprehensive compliance accreditation program developed by the Quality Certification Alliance (QCA), the promotional product industry's only independent, not- for-profit organization dedicated to helping companies provide safe products.
As Prime Line nears the end of its campaign to raise thousands of dollars for breast cancer research, its employees showed their support by staging Breast Cancer Awareness Day last week at the company's headquarters.
The Quality Certification Alliance (QCA), the promotional product industry’s only independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping companies provide safe products, has awarded QCA Accreditation to Baltimore, Maryland-based Towel Specialties.
Prime Line, the supplier headquartered in Bridgeport, Conn., announced today that John S. Resnick of Proforma Printing & Promotion was the grand prize winner of the company's Success Stories Contest. Resnick will receive a 50" flat screen HDTV courtesy of Prime Line.
Prime Line released the first product video from its new PrimeVideo series. The video features Prime Line's Expandable Auto Organizer (item LT-4508), which was introduced earlier this year. The video is available in normal and client-safe versions.