Last week Payne Nickles held a shred drop off day at both there Norwalk office and there Sandusky office. This an event that they have been having for 10 years now. At the time of print, I do not have all the final totals. I can tell you that they will have more than doubled the totals from last year.
Another good week in the books. I hope everyone was able to get a chance to go to the fair last week. While I am not the biggest fan of fairs, it was great to drive by and see all the cars, campers, and people that were out and about.
I have 2 pictures below. I am not sure if anyone remembers the fog we had last Tuesday, but it was pretty intense in some areas. The first picture shows the bowling alley in Willard on the right. I am only about 30 yards from the building. I pulled over to take the photo.
The second photo is the Willard reservoir. There is a dock at the bottom of the picture but you can’t see the water beyond it.
Well, today is the start of the Huron County fair. It will be great to see people there this year.
I have commented on how our businesses have a tendency to cycle from slow to supersonic overnight. At the beginning of last week we were completely caught up with shredding and had just enough production work to keep us going. That turned into 7 more jobs on Tuesday and shuffling around to make sure all jobs will be completed on time. We also had a few large drop offs of shred and cardboard. We also scheduled 2 new shred purges.
We shredded 9000 lbs of paper and completed 28000 units of assembly.
Last week was a pretty good week.
I am not sure what happened with the weather. We went from monsoons to fall weather.
Last week we launched our new website. I hope everyone had a chance to take a look. We received some very positive feedback. Thank you to Jennifer Smith for her help with the website.
I heard a rumor the other day…..someone told me it was summertime.