RJ Young Celebrates Acquisition, Growth and New Location in Jackson

RJ Young  cuts the ribbon and opens its doors for business in their new location in Jackson, TN. Despite the frigid temperatures, over 150 community members showed up to help RJ Young celebrate their open house. The Greater Jackson Area chamber hosted a ribbon cutting to kick off the day, which included a catered luncheon, live music and great prizes.

Invitations were produced in house by our copy and print center on the Canon ImagePRESS c7000 on 98# Aspire Petallics Beargrass Cover…

… and then stuffed into Glama Natural Translucent Red Vellum square envelopes.

Part of our fantastic team in Jackson: Kerry Pelham, Lauren Hall, Lauren Smalley, Lori Steigmann and Marty Frye:

The biggest excitement was the luncheon and prize wheel, where people spun to win big prizes including iPads!

Lunch was catered by the local Flatiron Grille.

“We continue to be impressed with the Jackson area’s local business owners. They have been supportive of the transition from Caldwell’s to RJ Young and we look forward to providing this community with great products and service,” said Chip Crunk President & CEO RJ Young Company.

Earlier this year, RJ Young acquired a local dealer, Caldwell’s Office Outfitters. RJ Young had a presence in the market, but decided to move instead into Caldwell’s previous location. RJ Young will continue to provide local sales and service, however the majority of the administrative duties will move to Nashville and equipment will now be delivered from the regional distribution center in Memphis.

RJ Young is the largest independent digital office equipment provider in the Southeast offering solutions to manage your copiers, printers and documents.  RJ Young has been in business for over 55 years. They are headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee and have 350 employees throughout five states and 16 locations. For RJ Young’s complete range of products and services, visit www.rjyoung.com

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