Poly Enterprises is continuing our partnership in 2017 with the Georgia Mountain Food Bank by striving to reach our goal of providing 3,000 meals to the hungry children and senor citizens of North Georgia. WE ARE ASKING FOR YOUR HELP!

The Georgia Mountain Food Bank provides food supplies to rural parts of North Georgia. Currently, 1 in 4 children and 1 in 10 senor citizens in Georgia live in a food deprived households. Every dollar we raise results in providing one meal to these folks in need. Please click on the link below and join the POLY FAMILY in our quest to provide 3,000 meals!
Your help is greatly appreciated.

https://www.gamountainfoodbank.org/poly-enterprises/

One of the specialties we offer for our clients is the ability to create vibrant colored mats. We pride ourselves in paying special attention to the colors provided by our clients. Each color is matched to one of many options; our Pantone book, a swatch sample or item provided by the client.

The colors are mixed until perfection is achieved and the customer receives a ‘1st Article’ sample of the completed product. Modifications are made to the color as needed, but tweaking the color does not happen often, as we able to match many colors.

In the Point of Purchase world getting your brand a piece of real estate in your local Home Depot, Surf Shop or Grain Feed Store is important and floor and counter mats serve as a great vehicle as a low pressure sales tool. As opposed to signs hanging everywhere and unfortunately often times in you sight line when you are looking for something else, counter mats and floor mats feel somehow more passive.
When a customer goes to purchase a starter for his 57 Ford and sees the Amsoil floor or counter mat the seed is planted. When that seed germinates is probably determined by a lot of things: the knowledge of the brand, the immediate need for the product and if they are searching for a change.
Passive sales tool are just that and with all the brand bombardment on all forms of social media passive sales is a gentle sales tool that works.
Our custom mats are custom through and through. We can add subtle and not so subtle design features that not only enhance the look of the logo but how well it gently sells. Our mats also serve a wide array of needs. On benches in repair facilities they can catch oil and dirt on the Stihl Chainsaw that needs some attention from a technician. Our floor mats do the same. All our custom products are 100% pvc and clean up nice. They are durable and last for years and most of all they sell passively all year round.
Robb Donker

Poly Enterprises has always been a MADE IN USA company. Manufacturing domestically affords us the ability to turn around jobs quicker than overseas companies. We can also fulfill orders via daily drop ships, again benefiting our customers by feeding their supply chain daily (or weekly) and them only getting invoiced as their product ships. When shipping out from Asia, the ship has to be completely full before it can leave the dock, then there is 90 days of just on the ocean and then more time spent through customs.

Manufacturing is the largest and most dynamic sector of the economy in the U.S. China became the leader of the world’s manufacturing economy in 2010, but the U.S. has consistently kept a strong standing in second place. The value added by factories in the United States is more than $2 trillion a year which puts us as the envy of the world.

Gross output of the United States manufacturing industries totaled $6.2 trillion last year. That’s 36% of U.S. gross domestic product and almost double output of any other big sectors. Manufacturing is at economy’s center as it is highly connected with other sections.

All of our information has come from the below source and is well worth the read. If you would like to read more on the topic, please visit the link below.  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/us-manufacturing-dead-output-has-doubled-in-three-decades-2016-03-28

Yesterday, we had the pleasure of heading over as a Poly Family and participating in helping feed a few families in need. We are so thankful for those who came out to help us bless these families with a full Thanksgiving meal.

First, we made our stop over by the Georgia Mountain Food Bank headquarters. From there, we were able to get together three different packages of different kinds of food. We started with the frozen meats, making sure each package had plenty of choices. We then moved on to desserts and breads, and finally dry foods and cans. In total, we had 54 full meals for the families.

After we filled our trucks up with the goods to be delivered, we headed over to the neighborhood. From here, everyone gathered up in groups and we carried the food to each family’s door to deliver the food with a smile and fun.

The Georgia Mountain Food Bank is committed to helping the community and feedling people in need. They have a large facility dedicated to the storage, sorting and distribution of all the donations of foods that come in through their doors.

Poly Enterprises is proud to be such an ACTIVE member of this effort. If you have time, check out Georgia Mountain Food Bank’s website at http://www.gamountainfoodbank.org/

 

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