In this updated video we re-introduce our new game-changing combination safety brush and lighting system. Its a quick and relatively inexpensive way to improve both the safety and aesthetics of most escalators and autowalks.
Going to the NAEC convention in Atlantic City this year? Let us help you skip the registration fees!
You can register online at www.naecconvention.com and all you need to activate complimentary registration is to use our Exhibitor Comp Code: KOS1113
And, also, you need to stop by our booth and say hello to us because… We want to see you! 🙂
DO NOT DELAY. This offer ends on August 31st, after which admission to the exposition is $80.00 for NAEC Members and $105 for Non-Members.
So remember, go to www.naecconvention.com, fill out the registration, and then use the code KOS1113, and … you’re in!
ALSO: If you have problems clicking the “Continue” button at the bottom of the NAEC registration, make sure you click the word “here,” scroll all the way to the bottom of the agreement, and agree to the terms and conditions. (It’s a little hard to find.)
We want to thank Elevator Today for featuring our videos, and we’re sure that, how their website cropped the video thumbnail will earn us extra views…
To be clear, though, the video is about buttons. BUTTONS. Anyone expecting any other kind of talk, we’re afraid, will be disappointed. 🙂
One of the most frequently asked questions we get is, “Can you send me a catalog?”
…for less than you think! The impression that some have that our prices are high is way out of date. Meghan and Kelly discuss what has been going on and how things have changed.
Something we’re darn proud of: over 3375 consecutive days without any lost-time injuries.
Congratulations to Linda! We’re sad to see her go, but happy that she is fulfilling her dream of going into real estate. If you’re looking to buy or sell property in the Quad Cities area, look her up!
We’ll miss you Linda! But then again we’re sure we’ll still be seeing you around!
Yes, the Kelly you know and love has been promoted. She started here in her senior year of high school, working her way through various rolls of increasing responsibility as she finished her college years, rising up through the call center to become Shift Supervisor. She then made the jump to sales, then to the Senior Sales position … and now to Sales Manager!
Please join us in congratulating Kelly on this well-deserved promotion. Her extraordinary knowledge of the elevator and escalator industry and her exceptional customer service practices set a great example for her team.
Way to go, Kelly!