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Maximize your Sales while Saving Money with Q4 Rebates

2016 right is around the corner. Now is the time to take advantage of Q4 vendor rebates from Diversey, P&G, Duracell and Reckitt-Benckiser to grow your end of year sales. Qualifying purchases must be made between October 1- December 31, 2015. Distributor and End User rebates can also be found on the Quarterly Vendor Rebates page. Happy Selling!     True Savings General – Earn up to $2000 on products such as: Drano Fantastic Glade O-Cedar Pledge Scrubbing Bubbles Windex   True Savings Food Storage – Earn up $2000 on products such as: All Beer Clean Janitor in a Drum...

Finish Strong With These Q3 Rebates!

Save More, Sell More With Q3 Rebates for Distributors and End-Users Finish off this quarter strong, with a variety of manufacturer rebates available on high-demand Jan-San products. There’s a little more than a month to qualify, so read on to find out what you need to do to maximize your incentive! These rebates range in value from $10 up to $5000 on purchases made in Q3. Many of these distributor rebates also have an end-user counterpart, making it easy to push through a few last-minute sales that will help your customers qualify…while earning you and your company added incentives as...

Cascades Tissue Group releases a New Mobile App!

The bad news is time flies. The good news is you’re the pilot. Many of us are glued to our cell phones, tablets or computers for hours on end. The ease of having so much information at our fingertips, while a blessing, can also be quite overwhelming! It can be daunting to search online, especially when it takes forever to find specific or current information. Our time is valuable people! The new Cascades Tissue mobile app simplifies and streamlines this process.  It allows distributors and customers to access the most updated information on Cascades Away-from-Home products at any time and...

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Cast Your Vote for Manager of Distinction!

Facilities Cleaning Decisions magazine is looking for your nominations! Do you have an in-house department manager who is deserving of recognition? Are you yourself a hard-working department manager in the Jan/San industry? Read on for details on how you (or your peer) could be recognized in the upcoming issue of Facility Cleaning Decisions as a Manger of Distinction! Nominations must be received by May 28. See below for additional details from CleanLink. From now until May 28th, nominate yourself or a peer as a Manager of Distinction. After all, our industry needs some kudos! The more details you provide, the...

Help Your Customers Go Green, with Green Literature!

It’s a vastly different world than it was 40 years ago. “Tree-Hugger” is no longer an insult in today’s society- in fact, it’s those people not hugging trees that are chastised! Between government regulations to reduce emissions, and societal perceptions of corporate sustainability, being green is becoming more important than ever. The green economy is actually expected to get even greener, with expected industry growth over the next 5 years to be an annual average of 5.2% according to a study performed by IBISWorld. As the economy overall recovers, more and more companies are willing to spend a little bit...

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The Witch’s Broom Gets Upgraded for 2012

Every Halloween for hundreds of years, goblins, ghouls and witches take to the streets to reign terror on unsuspecting citizens. One of the most iconic images of Halloween, aside from the toothy grin of a Jack-o-Lantern, is a haggard, wart-nosed witch in a pointy hat, galavanting through the night on her tattered wooden broom. This year, RJ Schinner would like to offer witches a few suggested upgrades for there preferred modes of transportation.   If the witch is planning on deeper cleaning than what a broom could provide, perhaps she could take a spin on a SorbUp mop from Zephyr....

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Novelis Releases New BBQ Buddy Catalog

Prepare your customers for next year’s grilling and barbeque season! Novelis has just released a new catalog for the BBQ Buddy. Ideal for vegetables, fish and chicken, the BBQ Buddy is a grilling pan that keeps small food items from falling through the grate while protecting those foods against burning and charring. 100% recyclable, its universal fit will also improve the taste of your customers food and aid with clean-up. Download the catalog at Literature By Vendor page. Questions or orders, please contact RJ Schinner for information.

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National Food Safety Month: Week 2- Handwashing

Editors Note: The second week of National Food Safety Month focuses on “Preventing Cross-Contamination Through Handwashing”. In addition to the activities and training guides that can be found on the official website, we at RJ Schinner are doing our part to educate the public on safe, proper food handling techniques. Everyone is taught at a young age how to wash their hands, but when it comes to foodservice, the methods used for basic handwashing aren’t necessarily enough. According to the FDA website, a “study published in 2004 found food establishments were frequently out of compliance with the Food Code requirements...

C. Diff Deaths Require Action From Healthcare Industry 10

C. Diff Deaths Require Action From Healthcare Industry

When the sick and injured are hospitalized, the last thing that they expect is to contract a fatal infection. Frighteningly, that’s exactly what the trend has been throughout the last two decades. Clostridium difficile, or C. diff, is a spore-forming bacteria found naturally in human and animal feces, water, and soil. It survives and spreads in the intestines, replacing healthy bacteria and releasing toxins that cause intense diarrhea, often leading to other fatal complications. In an article in USA Today, Hannah Morgan explains that “the germ thrives in settings where antibiotics are in wide use, and its proliferation has accelerated as...

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CDC Issue Precautions on Swine Flu at Agricultural Fairs

With the late summer/early fall state and county fair season in full swing, the CDC issues precautions against viral infections around livestock. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are asking people attending agricultural fairs to take precautions when around pigs because of a rise in the number of cases of a new strain of “swine flu” virus in humans. Especially vulnerable groups, such as the sick, the under 5s, pregnant women and seniors should avoid contact with the animals altogether, they urge. In a report issued on 3 August, the federal agency gave news of 12 new...