Spiral Binding (“Spiral”), a leader in document finishing equipment and supplies, presentation products and custom imprinting services, recently held it’s Annual New York Open House in which a donation was presented to the host venue.
This year’s Open House was held in an untraditional venue: the New York City Fire Museum. This 1904 Beaux-Arts firehouse was originally built for Engine Company 30, and now houses one of the nation’s most important collections of fire related art and artifacts from the late 18th century to the present. The museum also features a permanent September 11th exhibit and memorial.
This moving memorial prompted Spiral to pledge a donation in each attendee’s name as a thank you for attending. A check was donated at the events end.
The Open House is an opportunity for guests to ask questions, examine equipment up close, view product demonstrations and even receive hands on practice running machines. Among the offerings were paper cutters, joggers and drills; booklet makers, face trimmers, and collators; scoring, perfing and creasing machines; shrink wrap equipment; wide format laminators; folding equipment and tape binding; punching and binding products; high capacity electric staplers and wafer sealers; folder inserters and pressure sealers; and custom product offerings.
“This event always proves be popular with our clients. Guests can ask questions of our experts and really learn whether their current document finishing solutions are making them money or costing them money. And this year’s location really provided an added benefit to the attendees, we received a lot of comments about how much they enjoyed touring the museum and viewing our products,” stated Richard Alvino, branch manager for New York City.
Photo (L to R): Sarah Judd, office manager of the New York City Fire Museum, Richard Alvino, branch manager of Spiral Binding Company, Inc., and Bruce Lenhoff, sales representative of Spiral Binding Company, Inc.