Exceptional Leadership at the Helm of Hendricks Holding Company

Diane Hendricks is Chairman of Hendricks Holding Co., Inc. (HHC) which presides over a diverse portfolio of businesses including manufacturing, distribution, real estate development, construction, recycling, and life sciences. Federal Heath is proud to be part of this portfolio of exceptional companies under Diane’s leadership. Diane M. Hendricks co-founded building products distributor ABC Supply Co.,…

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Let’s Go Back to School Safely

Covid-19 has brought about many unprecedented challenges for students and faculty as they return back to school. Federal Heath has been working diligently, creating tools and products to help as your school district puts new health and safety practices into place. Maintaining a safe distance and keeping that message consistent throughout the school is important.…

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The Tool for Effective Project Management

As a coworker and I started interviewing several different members of our sales team to identify more case studies, there seemed to be a recurring theme in each interview – Communication. I wanted to know, “Why do you think customers were satisfied with us, with Federal Heath? What is our biggest strength?” Time after time,…

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Test Your Vintage IQ

1.What was the name of the last acknowledged Mail Pouch barn painter? Harley Warrick 2. What was the ingredient sign painter’s traditionally used as a base for mixing paint? white lead 3. What Frenchman was responsible for bringing neon to America in the early 1920’s? Hint: He sold franchises based on his patents for a…

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Smart Signage: the future of retail?

When it comes to shopping, retailers and consumers have different priorities. For consumers it’s about the digital, mobile experience, with 79% of smartphone owners using their devices to shop. Retailers, on the other hand, need a solution that drives ROI – and for that they need to find a way to attract and engage their…

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Life-sized signage to prompt drivers to slow down

Massive billboards that look like trains are to be placed at railway crossings to prompt drivers to slow down and check for trains. The New Zealand Transport Agency awareness campaign launches on the first day of Rail Safety Week today. The rural level crossing in Carterton is the first site for the life-sized signage, before…

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Effective Business Signage: 6 factors

https://www.sba.gov/blogs/effective-business-signage-6-factors What’s the first thing that prospective customers see when they approach your business? Your signage tells them where you are, draws their attention and attracts them into your business (or possibly drives them away). Summing up your business brand for the world to see, your business signage creates that all-important first impression. How can…

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Good times are ahead for Manufacturing and Retail Environments

July 31, 2015 | By Marianne Wilson New York — The Association for Retail Environments is bullish on the future. The organization is predicting good days ahead for the U.S. economy in general and retail construction in particular. According to A.R.E.’s economic advisors, all indicators show that the 2016 economy in the U.S. will grow…

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Digital signage telling Toronto where to go

July 30, 2015 | by Christopher Hall      Digital Signage Today The City of Toronto is piloting a digital signage project aimed at better informing residents and visitors about the city’s mass transit options and helping to reduce the city’s carbon footprint. Toronto has partnered with San Francisco-based transit digital signage provider TransitScreen to pilot multiple digital…

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