HOLLAND, MI – Trendway recently announced they are supporting the fight against breast cancer at NeoCon® East on October 28 and 29, 2010 in Baltimore, Maryland.
For each badge scanned at Trendway Booth #2325, a donation will be made to the life-saving work of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. The donations will help fund critical breast cancer research, as well as education, screening and treatment programs that benefit people in our community.
According to the Susan Komen Foundation, it is estimated that 32.5 million women will be diagnosed worldwide over the next 25 years.
"Trendway invites and encourages all NeoCon guests to participate in this worthy cause that supports many families," says Bill Bundy, Trendway president and CEO.
Trendway's Contrada® frame and tile system product is used in the entrance design to support the Susan G. Komen for the Cure program. This display was designed by Amanda Bender, a student at Kendall College of Art and Design
"The design intention was to educate people of a cause which is close to my heart," notes Bender. "I was excited to work with Trendway on this display and to promote awareness."
Trendway Corporation, an employee owned company in Holland, Michigan, provides more than just office furniture. A company with a 40-year proven track record, Trendway provides customers peace of mind through exceptional service, quality products, guaranteed delivery, superior customer service, and fast/flexible custom solutions. The company creates workplace environments through its offering of panel systems, filing, storage, casegoods, seating, and architectural products, including moveable walls, glass storefront and raised flooring. Trendway has served government customers as a GSA Contractor for more than 15 years and its products have achieved the SCS (Scientific Certification Systems) Indoor Advantage™ certification of indoor air quality. For more information on Trendway, call (616) 399-3900 or visit www.trendway.com.