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Almo Enters Distribution Agreement with N. Glantz and Son

By Erik Sine

Almo Enters Distribution Agreement with N. Glantz and Son
The professional AV company will acquire assets from the dynamic sign division.Almo Professional A/V announced it has entered into a distribution agreement with N. Glantz & Son to acquire assets from its dynamic digital sign division, Glantz Dynamic Solutions (GDS). As part of the agreement, the GDS business will be led in-house by Almo’s sales and service team along with Terry Tollison, Almo’s newest business development manager for the traditional sign market.

“As a result of this distribution agreement, we are now able to take our leadership and expertise in digital signage directly to the static signage market to help these resellers and integrators incorporate dynamic solutions into their businesses," Sam Taylor, executive vice president and COO for Almo Professional A/V, said. "The addition of Terry to our specialized BDM team will help make this transition smooth and seamless. We intend to support GDS’s customer base in the sign industry with the same high level of service and support that GDS provided in the past.”

Tollison brings more than 30 years of experience in sales, sign production, manufacturing and leadership positions within the sign industry. Prior to Almo, Tollison was national sales manager for Glantz Dynamic Solutions. He also held sales positions at Custom Sign Images Inc., A&W Sign Company and Reece Supply Co. Additionally, he served as president and owner of Custom Sign Images. Tollison is a Digital Signage Certified Expert (DSCE).

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Association Between Electronic Cigarette Use and Myocardial Infarction

Introduction: Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are promoted as a less risky alternative to conventional cigarettes and have grown in popularity. Experimental and clinical evidence suggests that they could increase the risk of myocardial infarction.

Methods: The National Health Interview Surveys of 2014 (n=36,697) and 2016 (n=33,028) were used to examine the cross-sectional association between e-cigarette use (never, former, some days, daily) and cigarette smoking (same categories) and myocardial infarction in a single logistic regression model that also included demographics (age, gender, BMI) and health characteristics (hypertension, diabetes, and hypercholesterolemia) using logistic regression. Data were collected in 2014 and 2016 and analyzed in 2017 and 2018.

Results: Daily e-cigarette use was independently associated with increased odds of having had a myocardial infarction (OR=1.79, 95% CI=1.20, 2.66, p=0.004) as was daily conventional cigarette smoking (OR=2.72, 95% CI=2.29, 3.24, p<0.001). Former and some day e-cigarette use were not significantly associated with having had a myocardial infarction (p=0.608 and p=0.392) whereas former (OR=1.70, p<0.001) and some day cigarette smoking (OR=2.36, p<0.001) were. Odds of a myocardial infarction were also increased with history of hypertension (OR=2.32, p<0.001); high cholesterol (OR=2.36, p<0.001); and diabetes (OR=1.77, p<0.001); and age (OR=1.65 per 10 years, p<0.001). Women (OR=0.47, p<0.001) had lower odds of myocardial infarction.

Conclusions: Daily e-cigarette use, adjusted for smoking conventional cigarettes as well as other risk factors, is associated with increased risk of myocardial infarction.

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N. Glantz & Son thinks of itself as 100 years young, with the best yet to come!

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Celebrating a Century
Up until about 20 years ago, the sign industry was known for stability and longevity. Those who entered our world typically stayed at it, taking pride in their work while producing quality. Things slowly began to change when the desire for instant success without putting in the sweat equity became the priority. Today our industry has a much higher turnover and higher rate of business failures than ever before.

Thankfully, the giants in this industry are setting a high standard and an example to follow in the art of stick-to-itiveness for those just starting out as sign makers or those already making their mark.

One of the greats, now celebrating 100 years of service, is N. Glantz & Son. This year marks the 100th anniversary for N. Glantz & Son, a nationwide sign materials distributor. N. Glantz & Son is a full line distributor of digital, commercial and electrical sign supply products � offering everything sign manufacturers need to accomplish the job.

The old storefront in New York City.

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A company doesn't make it a century without providing excellent service, a vast selection, speedy delivery and product expertise. With 21 branches and over 200 employees nationwide, N. Glantz & Son is one of the largest sign supply distributors in the industry. Celebrating 100 years in business and four generations in the family, N. Glantz & Son has been family owned and operated since 1906.

Joseph Hartman, President and CEO of N. Glantz & Son and fourth generation family member, couldn�t be more thrilled about the centennial: �This is such an exciting time to be part of N. Glantz & Son. This year has been about so much more than looking at our past�the anniversary has really been a launching pad for updating and improving the company in ways that will take us into the next 100 years.�

How It All Started
Nathan Glantz, founder of the company, graduated from sign school in 1897. Nathan initially made his living as a sign painter in lower Manhattan in New York City. At that time, the occupation required traveling the city streets by foot to solicit assignments.

From Left to Right: N. Glantz & Son founder, Nathan Glantz and current owners Davey Glantz, Herbert Glantz and Joseph Hartman

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In order to accommodate his fellow sign painters, Nathan always carried a stock of sign supplies with him. Eventually the demand for Nathan�s sign supplies outpaced the availability of sign-painting jobs and he decided to retire his brush and open a sign supply shop � the first of many to come.

That shop was the predecessor of what has become a nationwide wholesale distribution of a full line of sign supplies. Even with the growth of the company, the emphasis that Nathan placed on accommodating his customers has endured.

Four Generations of Family
From Nathan, the business has been passed on to another three generations of the Glantz family: Edwin Glantz, Herbert Glantz and the current President and Executive Vice President � Joseph Hartman and Davey Glantz.

Herbert Glantz started in 1958, as a Driver and took over several years later. Joseph Hartman started in 1984, ran a branch in Toronto, and took over several years after that. Davey Glantz joined in 1995 and Jenny Glantz joined in 2003.

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Over the years, N. Glantz has acquired smaller companies such as Indiana Sign Supplies, Sign Supplies of Oklahoma, Acme Accessory Company, Neon Sign Supply, just to name a few, that helped to put them in a position to better serve their customers.

Despite the growth of the company and the many changes to the industry, the family feeling has endured. As one of the company�s �Core Values�, the idea of Family is important in the way Glantz operates its business every day.

�The future is always challenging,� states Joseph Hartman. �We see, among many things, the flat-screen technology having a potential impact on the industry. In order to keep up with demands, we are striving to stay ahead or at least in tune with these new developments.�

Industry Leadership
N. Glantz & Son has been an industry leader over the past century. The company has always been dedicated to the world of signs and sign manufacturers. Glantz family members and Glantz employees are involved with national and regional sign associations. Herbert Glantz was on the Board of Directors of NESA (the precursor to ISA � the International Sign Association). Joe Hartman was a Board Member of NESA and two time past president of NASSD (National Association of Sign Supply Distributors). Davey Glantz was past president of CSA (California Sign Association).

In addition to leadership positions in industry associations, N. Glantz & Son has been a leader in embracing new sign technologies as well. Glantz was a pioneer when neon first became popular; one of the first distributors of the Gerber Signmaker machine; and one of the first to embrace advanced Computer Aided Signmaking.

The Next 100 Years
�The customer has become more sophisticated,� states Hartman. �The expectations of turn-around time are incredible now. I have been in the industry long enough to remember when we had to mail the purchase orders to the customer. Now, it is all done at real-time. We will continue to adapt to the changes in order to still provide the best for our customers.�

N. Glantz & Son thinks of itself as 100 years young, with the best yet to come! The company is stronger than ever, with exciting plans for the future. With a brand new Centennial Edition Master Catalog and brand new website, N. Glantz is poised for the future. Look for expanded coverage, new products and new locations to come.

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N.Glantz & Son Announces New Name And Brand Identity

N. Glantz and Son, a leading full-line national distributor of sign and graphics supplies, unveiled a new corporate name and brand identity. The organization will now be known as Glantz.

In 1906, Glantz was founded on the idea that sign makers should have high quality products and exceptional service provided to them by local sign experts. This customer promise has led Glantz to be a leading distributor of choice for sign makers across the United States.

In 2017, the company launched a Voice of the Customer survey to learn more about what sign industry customers valued in their distributors. The feedback it received from customers and supplier partners was used to reinvigorate its century-long legacy.

By refreshing its brand identity rather than completely changing it, Glantz upholds its reputation for quality while honoring the talent of its employees, customers and suppliers. All in all, its branding embodies an organization that is reinventing itself, but is still very committed to its one-man operation roots. Glantz has identified five core values with which the company provides expertise: Positivity, Loyalty, Accountability, Respect, Curiosity. Whether it’s a mom and pop shop, large company or nationwide franchise, Glantz operates with the mission to celebrate the sign industry and the creative people in it.

With this brand, customers can expect Glantz to provide a simplified shopping experience, easily accessible expertise and inspiration to be creative and run in the direction of an ever-evolving industry.

Source: Glantz

The preceding press release was provided by a company unaffiliated with Wide-Format Impressions. The views expressed within do not directly reflect the thoughts or opinions of Wide-Format Impressions.

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