News & Notes: November 2012
Grover Beach, Calif. — TriActive America, the original outdoor exercise equipment manufacturer in the U.S., is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
TriActive started the outdoor fitness equipment industry in the U.S. in 2003. It has had continued success in several types of communities, including military bases, office complexes, community centers, hospitals, in parks and along trails.
Recently the company processed projects for the Pentagon Athletic Center and shipped equipment to Kandahar, Afghanistan, to keep the troops there “fit to fight.” New York City and the Miami Metro are recent converts to the outdoor fitness trend and are providing more TriActive equipment fitness opportunities to their communities.
TriActive equipment is offered through GSA and is a contract holder, No. GS-03F-0098V. Most of the products are American made, assembled in the USA and are NAFTA compliant.
Stevensville, Md. — To evaluate the latest trends in heavy-duty vehicle maintenance operations nationwide, Stertil-Koni recently announced the launch of a new, online market research survey. Available for participation by all transportation professionals involved in commercial, municipal and military fleet-related activities, the survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FleetPerformance.
In making the announcement, Jean DellAmore, president of Stertil-Koni, stated, “Our company is dedicated to understanding the pulse of the commercial vehicle fleet industry and we believe that a brief, point-and-click market research tool is an excellent vehicle to help all of us identify and better comprehend the latest developments in our exciting sector.” The new initiative, titled the “2012 Fleet Performance Survey,” will measure advances in such critical areas as fuel efficiency, safety, maintenance, training, environmental compliance and more. Participation is strictly anonymous and Stertil-Koni will provide an advance summary of results to those who complete the brief online questionnaire.
East Cleveland, Ohio — GE Lighting announced the company will provide more than $200,000 in energy and maintenance cost saving light-emitting diode lighting systems for two Cleveland landmarks — the historic West Side Market and Cleveland’s Public Square — as part of a daylong GE Works celebration of its employees, heritage of innovation and Cleveland roots.
“This investment reflects our commitment to northeast Ohio and desire to better showcase two truly iconic and beloved Cleveland gathering spots,” said Maryrose Sylvester, president and CEO of GE Lighting. “We take great pride in GE Lighting’s more than 130 years of innovation and the century of industry firsts conceived in research labs right here at Nela Park.”
In support of the West Side Market’s centennial celebration, GE Lighting will provide $80,000 in energy-efficient, ecomagination lighting products fo
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