Reino Linen Service, Gibsonburg, OH, recently announced that it has finalized the private sale of the company from its previous owners Leonard and Judy Reino to Reino Linen Service’s current president, Daniel Darr.
When your company has been in business for 76 years, chances are you’re doing quite a few things right. During good economic times, you can expand and thrive, and in the rough times (like now) you adapt and become more flexible to survive.
TRSA recently hosted its annual Marketing & Sales Summit for executives in the linen, uniform and facility services industry. This year’s event, held exclusively online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, saw more than 100 marketing and sales professionals attend the two-day program.
Penn Emblem Co., Trevose, PA, recently partnered with the producers of the documentary ‘Kensington in Crisis’ to deliver masks to the Kensington area of Philadelphia, according to a news release.
TRSA supplier partner Milliken & Co., Spartanburg, SC, recently teamed up with local schools to provide Milliken Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) reusable fabric gowns to teachers and faculty. These gowns, donated as part of the company’s initiative to support the communities where its associates live and work, will outfit teachers with a reusable gown to help alleviate health concerns and the financial burdens of educating students in-person, according to a news release.
Ecolab Inc., St. Paul, MN, and VF Corp., Denver, recently were named to the 2021 Just 100 list. Developed by Forbes and Just Capital, this year’s Just 100 rankings analyzed how the nation’s largest publicly traded companies invest in their workers, support their communities, respect their customers, deliver value to shareholders and reduce environmental impact, according to a news release.
TRSA operator member Cintas Corp., Mason, OH, recently announced that it has earned the 2021 Military Friendly® and Military Spouse Friendly® Employer designations. Companies earning the Military Friendly® Employer designation were evaluated using both public data sources and responses from a proprietary survey, according to a news release.
Before COVID-19 hit, presenting to prospects via Zoom, Microsoft Teams or similar programs such as Skype, was a relatively rare but growing phenomenon. No longer. The pandemic put limits on face-to-face meetings. That, in turn, has spurred a boom in the use of online technology both for internal communications, as well as outreach by salespeople to customers and prospects.