Colette Cocco Joins BMI Mergers & Acquisitions

Colette Cocco Headshot, BMI Mergers & Acquisitions M&A Advisor

Colette Cocco – Senior M&A Advisor for BMI Mergers & Acquisitions

Colette Cocco Joins BMI Mergers & Acquisitions as Senior M&A Advisor for the Recycling Industry

PHILADELPHIA, PA, UNITED STATES, April 29, 2021 / — BMI Mergers & Acquisitions, an M&A advisory, and investment banking firm, announced today that Colette Cocco has joined the firm as a Senior M&A Advisor. She will be leading the firm’s sell-side services for private business owners in the recycling and materials industry sectors.

Ms. Cocco, as President and Owner, was responsible for the acquisition, turnaround, and eventual sale of a troubled recycling business which she grew to become the largest of its kind in the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior to this, she held sales and marketing leadership roles at Procter & Gamble, where she worked with iconic brands and national retailers. Most recently, she provided innovation and strategy consulting to clients at Align Ltd.

“We are excited to have Colette join BMI and add her significant experience to our team,” said Tom Kerchner, Managing Director. “Her sales, marketing, and leadership experience will be of great value assisting business owners in the recycling industry.”

Colette also teaches Entrepreneurship and Marketing at Harrisburg University. She holds a BA in Communications from Southern Methodist University and an MBA from the University of Tennessee.

About BMI Mergers & Acquisitions
BMI specializes in the sale of privately held businesses. Our process is designed to be thorough, confidential, and attract a large pool of qualified buyers. BMI serves clients throughout the United States and has access to buyers regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Securities transactions are handled thru StillPoint Capital, Member FINRA, and SIPC, which is not affiliated with BMI.

Jessica Kerchner
BMI Mergers & Acquisitions
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RegScan Launches RegScan FLEX Platform

RegScan EHS Compliance

RegScan Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its RegScan FLEX platform: an online subscription platform for customers who want EHS compliance made easy.

WILLIAMSPORT, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, April 27, 2021 / — RegScan, Inc., a trusted provider of global compliance solutions for Environmental, Health, & Safety professionals, is pleased to announce the official launch of its RegScan FLEX platform. RegScan FLEX is RegScan’s online subscription platform for customers who want EHS compliance made easy. The new platform replaces RegScan One™. New features include updated customization tools for end-users, improved search capability, mobile-friendly design, and enhanced Strikethrough capability. Notification services have also been improved to allow users to customize the frequency of delivery to their inboxes.

While RegScan FLEX has been available to RegScan clients for many months, all new and existing clients will now have full access to a suite of updated tools, content, and features on the new platform. The RegScan One platform will still be accessible to existing clients as part of the transition for a short period of time. Several recently launched products, including RegTracker and RegScan Spill Guide, have only been available on the new RegScan FLEX platform.

“Feedback from existing RegScan clients has been overwhelmingly positive,” said Ned Ertel, President and CEO of RegScan, Inc. “RegScan FLEX delivers on the promise to make our best-in-class regulatory content accessible and easy-to-use.”

RegScan FLEX is a digital regulatory research and alert system that allows users to access global regulatory information on a single platform. Users can customize legal registers and audit protocols for more than 200 global jurisdictions, and the user interface can be accessed in twelve languages. All RegScan EHS regulatory content is included on the RegScan FLEX platform and through many of its strategic partners. To learn more about RegScan FLEX, visit:

About RegScan

Independently owned and operated, RegScan, Inc. is a provider of world-class compliance information to Fortune 1000 companies. Based in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, RegScan has provided compliance solutions for Health, Safety & Environmental practitioners for over 30 years.

RegScan’s vast regulatory library provides the framework for compliance programs within multiple industries including Manufacturing, Transportation and Distribution, Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Oil & Gas, Aerospace, and Governments. For businesses that need to build Corporate, Site-Based, Manufacturing, Office Space, R&D or Distribution based compliance programs, RegScan offers innovative solutions designed to address the needs of your organization.

Ryan Donahue
RegScan, Inc.
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Who do you trust to buy PPE from?

Health Supply Wholesalers Corporate Logo

Health Supply Wholesalers Corporate Logo

Health Supply Wholesalers Supporting Small Businesses

Health Supply Wholesalers Supporting Small Businesses

My son and I delivering PPE.

My son and I delivering PPE.

This is a question often asked by small businesses.

We are not here to compete. We are here because we know how to help.”

— Franklin Lujan

COMPTON, CALIFORNIA , UNITED STATES , April 26, 2021 / — We received an opportunity to become a Vendor with the County of Riverside California and not to bore you with the transactional details, with news of our prices being aggressively low, we received a bulk purchase order to provide PPE to the some of the Hospitals and Mental Health facilities.

On the day I would deliver all the personal protective equipment, my oldest son yelled, "Hey Dad you want some company". I responded with an "Absolutely, now jump in the car".

As we were driving to the County facility I knew this day would be packed with new surprises. It was our first order with the County and I did not want to place high expectations. I simply wanted to fulfill the order complete and address any questions or concerns from my buyer.

From the photos, you can see there was some real "family sweat equity". I knew my son would learn a hard day's work is an honest day's pay. Once we left the facility I asked my son, what would you like to eat for lunch. He obviously noticed a McDonalds en-route, gave his suggestion and said, "Dad a #3 Super Sized", As I pulled into the Drive-Thru and heard the McDonalds crew member ask for my order I said to her, we will have two number three meals super sized please.

At the end of our trip, I knew my son had gained some new values. However so did I. My biggest gain was sharing time with him because children grow up fast.

Granted you are looking for a personal protective equipment local supplier or a new vendor that you can rely on, you can find that with Health Supply Wholesalers we advocate relying on each other first….

Franklin Lujan
Health Supply Wholesalers
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Comedian Lori Hamilton Creates Satirical Company To Bring Humor to the Business World

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Landalor Industries, Grover Cleveland, Founder

Man with smirk and had and brown jacket

Tim C., Longtime Landalor Client

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How it Started, How it’s Going with Landalor Founder, Grover Cleveland

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Lori Hamilton, creator of Landalor Industries

Landalor Industries is “a growing concern”

We're kind of stuck with them because they're the cheapest.”

— Tim C., Landalor Client

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 24, 2021 / — Lori Hamilton finds comedy everywhere – even in the tough life that can be Corporate America. Her satirical company, Landalor Industries, sheds light on the current controversies of the business world. See the industrial complex through the lens of a small-town business owner who pulled himself up by his (and his 19 childrens’) bootstraps to create a beloved product and become a national success.

In 1921 Grover Cleveland began making his own socks using scraps of wool he found in the street with his wife and eight children working umpteen hours a day at looms out of an old barn. The business grew and Landalor had to adopt more children, to keep up with the growing demand. Soon, he grew tired of all the activity. After divorcing his wife and sending away their 19 children, he married the wealthy, Valerie Van Buren, spending her inheritance on a variety of questionable research studies, in an effort to create the world’s tastiest potato chips.

Potato farming the Landalor way creates a lot of waste, thus Landalor learned to become highly efficient and secretive about disposing of this waste. So efficient at it that the US government offered took notice and offered him a contract to dispose of nuclear waste. Landalor accepted, and sprinkled toxic government Uranium all over his fields, carefully dumping the extra in the nearby river at night. Potatoes grew like wildfire, as did demand from repeat customers who claimed they “couldn’t get enough.”

The saga continues through the rest of Landalor’s life, following more ethically unsound, but profitable business decisions. We are left with present-day Landalor Industries, a successful, publicly owned company that sponsors Hamilton’s other comedic projects. Their company motto declares, “from our family to your family, then back to our family again.”

Hamilton is adept at offering wisdom through her comedic productions and the Landalor Industries is no exception. Creatives are tasked with observing the world around them, taking from it both its goodness and its flaws, and displaying them in relatable ways to their audience. Hamilton shows, once again, her skill at doing just that.

About Lori…
Lori grew up just outside of Northern California and attended UCLA, where she studied Linguistics and Modern British Drama. She studied Opera at The Juilliard School, New England Conservatory and Mannes College of Music. After a singing with the Boston Symphony and the Atlanta Opera, she went on to do comedy, writing and performing. Lori has written and produced over 150 short films, created and performed four one-woman shows, including a much-lauded tour with the National New Play Festival in the United States. Her talents have earned her 52 awards for creative and writing excellence, including 5 Best of Shows. Her cats did not help at all, although they take credit for providing with her constant, much-needed supervision. To see more of her work, visit .

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The History of Landalor Industries by Lori Hamilton

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#EarthDay2021: SocialBox.Biz and Partners Calling on Additional Organisations to Support Digital Inclusion Campaign

we are calling for an urgent review of procurement policies…”

— SocialBox.Biz

LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM, April 22, 2021 / — SocialBox.Biz Calling on Local Organisations to Support Digital Inclusion Campaign in partnership with local Universities –
Business, councils, and other organisations can help reduce digital exclusion with laptop donations.

A number of Universities and schools partner with SocialBox.Biz and their long-standing initiative for homeless youth, refugee children and older people who can afford a computer as part of their larger call for closing the gap between the homeless, refugees, and disadvantaged populations and digital means. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, statistics showed that 22% of people lacked basic digital skills and access to equipment.

For example in places like Leicester and Guildford universities have partnered with and are calling on local businesses and organisations to donate unused computers, laptops, and other digital items to combat the digital exclusion exacerbated by the pandemic.

Through their partnership with SocialBox.Biz, universities are working towards furnishing at-risk populations with laptops and other such devices to ensure that they can stay connected with the world around them. With a working laptop, homeless people, refugees, and the elderly can take advantage of educational and even career opportunities. For homeless people, this can make the difference between remaining impoverished and taking an opportunity for a fresh start.

The joint campaign is asking that old IT equipment that’s no longer needed, yet still working be donated, including computers, laptops, telephones, telecom equipment, conference room AV equipment, desktops, tablets, and more. These items are then provided to SocialBox.Biz’s Laptops for Homeless Initiative, which distributes suitable items to those in need together with partnering charities.

Facts & Figures: The SocialBox.Biz Laptops for Homeless, refugees, and older people in isolation Initiative also provides a win-win situation for higher education organisations and other public institutions with a civic duty. There are more than 5 million employed in the public sector alone, meaning that millions of computers could be released to help older people. In terms of the business sector – for example the UK banking finance industry employs more than one million people and construction industry over two million alone. SocialBox.Biz has worked to cultivate partnerships across industries.

In 2020 SocialBox.Biz connected with University of Edinburgh to learn about their circular economy for IT; this process ensures that old IT equipment isn’t wasted. Instead, it’s given new purpose through multiple local programs that are in place. Altogether, these programs help the university reduce Scope 3 emissions while helping those in need. SocialBox.Biz has been a major advocate for programs of this nature for years. Many excellent studies are also available on the University of

Edinburgh website highlighting just how much energy and natural resources goes into that processes of making new electronics and especially how and where they are sourced.

A University of Edinburgh spokesperson said: "Digital inclusion has been one of the pledges made and delivered on by the University under past Social Impact Pledges, and continues to be a strategic priority for the University through its community engagement work. As a founding member of the independent monitoring organisation, Electronics Watch, the University has been working to make its electronics use more socially responsible."

SocialBox.Biz team commented: "We have been helping organisations meet their sustainability goals and we know that local social impact is very important for Universities to show non educational benefits that their institutions bring to the society to attract students and grants. For councils social obligation is even more real when it comes to improving local areas as it is well within the remit of local councils to help people in need with digital inclusion so we are calling for an urgent review of procurement policies to enable old no longer needed but still usable items to be used locally – please contact SocialBox.Biz today to arrange a collection."

Our Solution is at the Local Level

So much of the world is globalized and connected on a cross-continent arrangement today, often times, leaving local needs and requirements out of the conversation. Well, with SocialBox.Biz, we are a London-based, UK-focused social business venture that is determined to help the people right here in our country who need help and digital inclusion support.

We help local individuals who cannot afford computers, yet need them more than ever. We need our computers every day to do the following:

– Apply to jobs

– Engage in team meetings

– Contact friends

– Sell products and services

– Connect with family…

It’s virtually impossible to survive without this kind of connectivity.

The Problem: Old Tech Scrap Shipments Overseas

Many organisations will export their unneeded electronics overseas for destruction sometimes unknowingly via their scrap contractors. When this happens, their no longer needed still useful hardware and technology leaves the country unable to help the homeless individuals and children, right here, who could have used it. The homeless youth, refugee children, and elderly are unable to benefit from something that we previously had, right here in our communities.

Not to mention emissions will now be released into the atmosphere from all the ships carrying containers and other transportation adding to Scope 3 emissions. Climate change matters, and we have disadvantaged people in our country who can be helped with upgraded computers.

We are encouraging universities, councils, and schools to rethink their arrangement with overseas export. Some items might need to go for recycling and be sold to scrap companies, you can still help us make a difference by releasing still usable tech items to our UK focused initiative, who will wipe them clean and put them into the hands of those whole need it the most.

What do you say?

Thank you for supporting our initiative. Let’s put an end to digital exclusion.

Tweet: Stop sending unneeded electronics overseas. SocialBox.Biz is a LOCAL-focused UK solution that will help homeless youth in need. Get in contact with us today.

More information can be found via the following articles:

About SocialBox.Biz

SocialBox.Biz is a community interest company (CIC) improving the local community by providing innovative tech solutions.


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SocialBox.Biz Community Interest Company
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3 Critical Considerations for a Restaurant Point-of-Sale System

3 Critical Considerations for a Restaurant Point-of-Sale System

3 Critical Considerations for a Restaurant Point-of-Sale System

Optional Various Foot Stands with Standard VESA Mount

Optional Various Foot Stands with Standard VESA Mount

Free space for multi-type cube type thermal printer

Free space for multi-type cube type thermal printer

The POS-PT2610 has all the deliciousness of a regular POS, with a sprinkling of scrumptious extra toppings to bake it to perfection.

The POS-PT2610 is a capable, all-in-one POS for restaurants, with a 15.6" wide touchscreen, an optional integrated thermal printer, multiple USB ports, and various other extras.”

— Clientron Corp.

NEW TAIPEI CITY, TAIWAN, April 22, 2021 / — Remember the "cha-ching" of old cash registers? Well, point-of-sale (POS) systems nowadays handle many functions beyond the humble cash register’s expectations. Restaurant POS systems must now handle various regular computer software and the payment processing and cash management necessary for a standard POS. Being adaptable is critical for restaurant POS systems to support all the additional features needed to operate various eateries.

Making the system capable of general use requires a little more than installing a generic operating system and hoping everything turns out well. The primary function is still to operate as a retail POS system, but with that little extra to open up the possibility of other functions. Here are three of the essentials.

Wide Screen
When was the last time you saw a 4:3 computer screen? Yep, it's been a while. Although desktop computers, laptops, and even home TVs adopted wider screens years ago, POS systems have continued to use square screens simply because they didn't need anything fancier. As single-purpose systems, they often use customized software and hardware that ties businesses into using a single provider's package.

Operating a modern restaurant is more complex than simply taking and processing orders, but having multiple computers to perform different tasks adds unnecessary complexity. General use computers have become sufficiently capable and reliable for dedicated operations, like POS, while still allowing multitasking traditionally performed by a desktop computer. A wider screen provides the screen real estate essential for simultaneous POS and general computer use, allowing businesses to utilize a single, more capable machine for multitasking POS operations.

The POS-PT2610’s 15.6” FHD display, with projected capacitive touch, provides all the extra space needed for multitasking chores. It has a bezel-free touch display that gives a clean, unobstructed view and intuitive touch capability to the screen’s very edge.

Thermal Printer
What? Paper? So 20th century. Whether or not you think digital is the way to go, paper is here to stay for now. The accepted solution is to use a standalone thermal printer to print receipts, but generally, they look clunky and take up more counter space, derailing our efforts to achieve a clean and polished look.

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Free space for multi-type cube type thermal printer
Clientron PRT650 thermal printer (default)
SII RP-D10 thermal printer
EPSON TM-m30 thermal printer

The integrated thermal printer takes that cumbersome addon and makes it a part of the stand. Using the space below the screen and in front of the regular stand, it reclaims wasted space to put the thermal printer in an easy-to-reach position while keeping it pretty much out of sight and still allowing easy changing of the printer paper.

Technician- and Server-Friendly
Maintaining a POS system is challenging for computer technicians because touch displays provide only a rough interface to interact with operating system features. They need a keyboard and mouse to make system changes and install the software, but those aren’t usually installed as standard on a POS. That’s why the POS-PT2610 has six easily accessible USB ports for plugging in a USB keyboard, mouse, and USB stick, making it easy to perform system maintenance and install the software.

For the restaurant operator, having strong passwords on all computers provides a necessary security layer that keeps sensitive information safe from prying eyes. However, for servers and staff, a day filled with repeatedly entering their password can get quite tiresome, and many will resort to weak passwords, erasing much of the benefit of having a password in the first place. That’s where the optional camera that supports facial recognition with Windows Hello comes in. It allows registered users to login effortlessly, making day-to-day use easier while still maintaining system security.

POS-PT2610 – Premium Multitasking Restaurant POS
Boasting all the features above, the POS-PT2610 is a capable, all-in-one POS for restaurants, with a 15.6" wide touchscreen, an optional integrated thermal printer, multiple USB ports, and various other extras. The POS-PT2610 has all the deliciousness of a regular POS, with a sprinkling of scrumptious extra toppings to bake it to perfection.

About Clientron
For over 35 years, Clientron has designed kiosks and POS for system integrators around the world. We help you get your project from conception to the storefront quicker and easier while providing second-to-none after-sales support.

Clientron was founded in 1983. The company is dedicated to providing highly integrated embedded solutions to our clients worldwide. With more than 35 years of experience in design, manufacturing, and after-sales service, Clientron offers high-quality and technology-leading solutions, including POS, Kiosk, Thin Client, and Automotive Electronics. Clientron commits to continue providing engineering excellence towards innovative solutions and the best services to global partners and customers. Visit us at

Hazel Yang
Clientron Corp.
+886 2 2698 7068
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Centrillion Announces High Throughput SARS-CoV-2 Genomic Sequencing Chips and Services for Variant Tracking

Centrillion’s sequencing chips for high throughput SARS-CoV-2 variant detection are faster and more accurate than other methods

PALO ALTO, CA, UNITED STATES, April 21, 2021 / — Centrillion Technologies, an innovator in DNA chip technologies, is announcing the world-wide availability of its VirusHunter™ QuadCore chips for SARS-CoV-2 whole genome sequencing and multi-pathogen detection. The chip set contains probes for sequencing the SARS-CoV-2 whole genome, for cross-validating detected common variants, and for detecting and sequencing other common respiratory viruses. The chips are packaged onto plates for the simultaneous processing of 8-96 samples.

QuadCore chips can detect any type of sample including RT-PCR products or samples processed using random-primers for total RNA amplification. The chip set has been tested by collaborators and early access customers since last June. The initial assessment of the chip technology has been published, and the release of the product comes with a much-improved assay protocol. The recent publication ( uses an RT-PCR based method of sample preparation with multiplex tiling primers developed by the ARTIC Network. The Centrillion assay requires less hands-on time and improved throughput compared to other sequencing methods. It is a solution designed for monitoring a large number of samples for viral evolution and variant detection.

Dr. Jeremy Edwards, Professor and Director at the Center for Biomedical Engineering, University of New Mexico and corresponding author of publication, stated, “since the submission of the paper, the technology has further evolved with improved accuracy and sensitivity. The QuadCore sequencing technology is the best available technology for a large-scale viral genome surveillance and monitoring viral variants. This could not only help control this pandemic, but also prevent future pandemics.”

Centrillion is also launching SARS-CoV-2 whole genome sequencing services for research and clinical labs. This service provides variant tracking data and is available through The assay offers increased sensitivity (Ct Value up to 32) with increased coverage (>99.9%) and accuracy (>99.99%).

“As soon as the SARS-CoV-2 genomic sequence became available last January, our team has been developing and validating chip-based whole viral genome sequencing methods,” stated Wei Zhou, Founder and CEO. “These products are capable of rapid detection, high accuracy, and high sensitivity. We hope that the new generation of chip technology can help contain this pandemics and monitor emerging pathogens.”

About Centrillion

Centrillion Technologies is a genomics technology provider implementing advanced biochemistry, engineering, and manufacturing. Centrillion provides innovative DNA chip technology for detection and whole genome sequencing, human genotyping, and spatial transcriptomics.

Centrillion's subsidiary Molecular Vision Laboratory (MVL) is a CLIA/CAP certified laboratory and a leader in identification of genetic mutations in vision disorders; COVID-19 diagnostics; and whole genome sequencing for SARS-CoV-2.

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Health Supply Wholesalers Find Unique Ways To Support Local Businesses To Return From Pandemic

Health Supply Wholesalers PPE Delivery Truck

Health Supply Wholesalers PPE Delivery Truck

Health Supply Wholesalers

Health Supply Wholesalers

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Health Supply Wholesalers PR App Photo

Working Directly With the Manufacturer's Importing Team Is How We Provide Below Wholesale PPE Prices.

Wait for the dust to settle, because it creates a better plan.”

— Franklin Lujan

LOS ANGELES, CA, 90220, April 21, 2021 / — Throughout the COVID19 pandemic demand for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)has consistently outstripped supply. With unprecedented demand globally for items such as nitrile, latex, vinyl gloves, face shields and hand sanitizers many businesses have struggled to affordably source the PPE necessary to make their workplaces COVID secure for their staff and customers. One California-based business is striving to ease this problem for local business owners, by setting up a connected supply chain that allows local business owners to quickly and affordably get hold of PPE from a network of factories across America.

Health Supply Wholesalers saw the problem that local business owners in California were facing. As business owners prepare to reopen, they are under immense pressure to return their operations to as normal as possible, whilst also ensuring that they are acting in line with ever-changing government COVID guidelines, and keeping their facilities clean, safe and COVID free. This is challenging for small business owners, who know what equipment they need to protect their personnel and visitors, but who have struggled to consistently source it at affordable prices.

Small businesses find themselves wasting valuable time trying to find different suppliers, calling round to check stock levels, attempting to place orders, sometimes having to place multiple orders with multiple suppliers to get everything they need. This is frustrating and inefficient and adds a burden to a time in which it is already particularly challenging to run a business. Furthermore, due to the explosion in demand, many suppliers’ prices for PPE have skyrocketed, adding additional cost that erodes the bottom line in a way that local businesses can ill afford.

“Health Supply Wholesalers are in a strong position to react to the ever-shifting business landscape that the COVID19 pandemic has presented”, said Franklin Lujan, Co-Founder. “Due to our relationships PPE factories across the USA, and our established infrastructure, we are uniquely positioned to support business owners and connect them to a supply chain they desperately need. We believe in maintaining Government Wholesale prices for local businesses and communities and are delighted to be able to use our business expertise to support our community through the pandemic.”

Local businesses can benefit from working with Health Supply Wholesalers as they have kept prices below wholesale, to ensure that PPE is supplied at fair cost to the business owner. Health Supply Wholesalers also take the stress out of sourcing PPE as they do the heavy lifting, and through utilizing well-established relationships with Mid-West and East Coast facilities they are equipped for unexpected demand and urgent requirement for immediate pickup of supplies.

About Health Supply Wholesalers:   On a mission to alleviate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) procurement challenges, Health Supply Wholesalers was established in Riverside, California in 2020. They have established business partnerships with a network of personal protective safety equipment factories that have placed facilities all over North America. Throughout 2020 they provided PPE to local businesses and government agencies, including several bulk orders with the County of Riverside, CA. For more information, visit or Health Supply Wholesalers app.
For further information contact:
Franklin Lujan
Office: 909-638-1760

Franklin Lujan
Health Supply Wholesalers
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Health Supply Wholesalers helps businesses get to 90% of where they need to be at 10% of the cost.

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Cannabis Can! to Hold Earth Day Cleanup

April 22 event is the organization’s first attempt to clean up areas around dispensaries

Although dispensaries in Ohio are in beautiful new or renovated buildings, the areas around the dispensaries are not always in the best shape”

— Dr. Bridget Williams, MD

PICKERINGTON, OHIO, UNITED STATES, April 21, 2021 / — Cannabis Can!, which strengthens Ohio by bringing people together, fighting hunger, and protecting the planet, is hosting a community cleanup at the lot across from the Verdant Creations medical marijuana dispensary, 1243 N. Cassady Ave., in Columbus on Thursday, April 22 at 4:00 p.m.

Following the cleanup, participants will gather for a happy hour at The Rusty Bucket in the Easton Town Center.

“Although dispensaries in Ohio are in beautiful new or renovated buildings, the areas around the dispensaries are not always in the best shape,” says Dr. Bridget Williams, the founder of Cannabis Can! “We want the patients to feel cared for and having a pleasant neighborhood is part of that commitment. I love working with patients at Verdant, but the lot we walkthrough has a lot to be desired. This is a great opportunity to make things nice for the patients and employees.”

Williams added that the cleanup is being held on Earth Day.

The cleanup was organized by Candace Amrich, a Verdant Creations employee.

“We can come together to do a small service that can have a great impact,” Williams said about the cleanup and cited Cannabis Can!’s hunger-fighting efforts as an example of the group’s work to fulfill its mission. The organization’s 2020 virtual food drive provided 26,725 meals across Ohio.

Cannabis Can! is a project of GHH Community Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that supports Ohio communities and creates connections between the cannabis industry, its supporters, and Ohioans at large through charitable opportunities and information campaigns.

To volunteer for the cleanup, contact Cannabis Can! at or by calling 614.412.2799. If you would like to participate in a future cleanup or would like Cannabis Can! to hold a cleanup in a dispensary’s neighborhood, contact Cannabis Can!

More information about Cannabis Can! is found at

Dr. Bridget Williams, MD
Cannabis Can!
+1 6146365003
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Coops Kicks Launches Sneaker Drive Fundraiser to Raise Money for The Ocean Cleanup

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Coops Kicks Brooklyn NY

Coops Kicks Got Sneakers

Coops Kicks Partners With Got Sneakers

Coops Kicks Ocean Cleanup

Coops Kicks Ocean Cleanup

Most people have extra sneakers in their closets they would like to donate rather than throw away. By doing so, we raise money for The Ocean Cleanup and help the environment. It’s a win–win for all!”

— Elliot Cooper, Founder of Coops Kicks

BROOKLYN, NY, USA, April 20, 2021 / — Coops Kicks is holding an athletic shoe drive fundraiser on June 15, 2021, to raise money for The Ocean Cleanup. Coops Kicks will earn funds based on the total quantity of gently worn, used, and new sneakers collected. Got Sneakers, a social enterprise, will issue funds in compensation for the collected sneakers. Anyone can help by simply donating gently worn, used, and new sneakers. Those funds will benefit The Ocean Cleanup, a nonprofit engineering environmental organization based in the Netherlands, that develops technology to extract plastic pollution from the oceans and intercept it in rivers before it can reach the ocean.

Coops Kicks is partnering with GotSneakers in a unique fundraising program that asks communities to reach into their closets, not their pockets! The sneaker recycling program helps keeps sneakers out of landfills, which has harmful effects on our environment and helps organizations raise much-needed funds. The program is truly a win–win!"

“We are excited about our sneaker drive fundraiser,” said Elliot Cooper of Coops Kicks. “We know that most people have extra sneakers in their closets they would like to donate rather than throw away. By doing so, we raise money for The Ocean Cleanup and help the environment. It’s a win–win for everyone!”

About Coops Kicks

Coops Kicks is an Instagram sneaker and streetwear reseller business based in Brooklyn, NY. It focuses on limited edition and high-demand sneakers. It was founded by Brooklyn high-school entrepreneur Elliot Cooper, at the age of 13. Coops Kicks has made a commitment to environmental sustainability through its partnership with Got Sneakers, a social enterprise committed to environmental sustainability and economic development through recycling and redistributing new and used footwear.

Elliot Cooper
Coops Kicks

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