Last week we featured a blog post by guest author Benn Lamm focusing on how to look for American made products. He offered several great tips on how to determine where a product was made while you're looking for American-made products this holiday season.
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“You will never do anything in this world without courage. It is the greatest quality of the mind next to honor.” — Aristotle
In honor of Memorial Day today, we'd like to share a meaningful infographic from the U.S. Air Force- Honor the Fallen. Please take a moment to honor and remember the brave men and women who gave their lives in service to our country.
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A day of service is a fitting tribute to one of the most influential people of the 20th century, Dr. Martin Luther King. Dr. King’s legacy will surely live on for centuries to come. He showed the world how to lead by example and with tremendous grace.
The Greater Philadelphia region is home to the largest King Day event in the nation. This 21st celebration will include community clean-up projects, recreation center restorations, clothing drives, food donation packing and distribution, a job fair and workshop opportunities. The city’s cultural and historical institutions are planning special discounted rates along with tributes to Dr. King.
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There are many people that contribute to the success of our business. First, there are the employees who come to work every day to give their best. Some work in manufacturing making the finest injection molded products available. Others use their engineering skills to create innovative part designs. And the craftsmen, our tool makers, build precision and quality with hardened steel. Of course we can’t forget our support staff, the folks that keep the plant going, keep our customers happy, our quality standards high and make sure inventory is on hand and ships on demand.
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Warm Hanukkah wishes to our friends, colleagues and customers
11/11/14 1:30 PM
On my morning drive, I was listening to an interview of a mother and father who lost their son in Afghanistan. They described how the Marines came to their door late one evening to deliver the tragic news. How they spoke of their son, their memories and their tears, reminded me of the real cost of war. It is not measured in the total number of casualties, but the grief felt by those who loved them.