Fastbadge Comes Fighting Back
Slidell, Louisiana-based Fastbadge announced it has reopened its doors after Hurricane Gustav forced mandatory closures and evacuations. While the company is still experiencing limited pick-up services from FedEx and the United Parcel Service, the company stressed the limitations would be short-lived and further that it is currently shipping some orders. Fastbadge thanks customers for showing further patience as the final few employees return to town and the company returns to a full workforce.
For more information on Fastbadge, visit www.fastbadge.com
Greater China Holds Steady
Greater China Industries, based in Bellvue, Wash., announced it will honor 2008 prices for distributors on the next price quote in the custom wearables, writing instruments, drinkware and all paper, metal and plastic products.
For more information on Greater China, visit www.greaterchina-usa.com
Chocolate Inn Announces Longer Hours
Buffalo, New York-based Chocolate Inn announced it has extended the hours of its customer-service department for the holiday season. For the remainder of the year the department will be open until 6:00pm eastern time.
For more information on the Chocolate Inn, visit www.chocolateinn.com
Clegg Hires Three New Employees
Clegg Industries, based in Torrance, Calif. announced three new hires: Michael Bistocchi as vice president of sales, Jennifer Grigorian as vice president of marketing and merchandising, and Sasha Pirrie as sales director, western region.
For more information on Clegg Industries, visit www.cleggonline.com