Articles by Product: GATORPLAST®
Saks Fifth Avenue debuted its “Glam Gardens” annual spring beauty event three years ago as a celebration of its top beauty retail partners and charitable partnership with The New York Botanical Garden.
For many of us, there just aren’t enough ways to thank and honor our mothers for their loving care and support. Students at The University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind., have been honoring moms even before the first official Mother’s Day was celebrated more than a century ago - following Notre Dame alum Frank Herring’s advocacy for the holiday.
As a large-format custom print solution-provider, Portage, Mich.-based Agio Imaging has been meeting the wide-ranging graphics needs of both local and national clients since 2002. From creating custom special-event displays to high-end interior décor, retail-store signage, wall coverings, banners and trade-show exhibits, Agio Imaging recommends digitally direct-printed rigid substrates for their durability, sleek appearance, fast production times and improved color saturation.
A perusal of The Charlotte Museum of History’s web site yields a succinct yet significant explanation of exactly why the museum collects and displays artifacts. “Museums collect for various stated purposes,” reads the “About the Collection” opening statement “but in the end all the objects and documents serve the same purpose – to tell a story.”
Gatorfoam® products are normally cut with equipment used in the woodworking industry. However, it may also be cut satisfactorily with hand tools or other specialty tools. Two of the Gator™ products, Gatorplast® and Gatorblanks®, may be cut with thin hand-held or machine-held blades such as mat knives, razorblades, and utility knives.
As an independent, family-owned business operating 63 supermarkets and five hardware stores in Texas and New Mexico, Lowe’s Market has held its own against large grocery chains by focusing on the communities in which it does business.