A BIG thank you to all of Quoizel’s customers who brought canned food to Quoizel’s Annual Warehouse Sale in November.
Due to the generosity of so many, Quoizel collected 555 pounds of food! This helped the LowCountry Food Bank suppy 462 meals to so many throughout the 10 coastal counties of South Carolina. Please click on the link to read more.
Generous hearts during and after the holiday season ensure that our neighbors who struggle to put food on their table, will be provided a healthy meal through your charitable donations.
From November 14th through December 14th Quoizel’s employees have been cleaning up their respective offices and surrounding areas as well as their computer files.
This initiative not only increases productivity but it is also cost effective. There were discontinued products and parts that moved from Hauppauge, NY to Goose Creek, SC over 16 years ago that has finally been written off!! According to the IT Department, Quoizel is charged by the kilobyte for storage, therefore, the fewer files users keep on their computer, the more money the company will save.
Hanukkah begins at sunset Saturday, December 8th and ends at nightfall on Sunday, December 16th. Quoizel would like to wish all that celebrate a very Happy Hanukkah!
Rick Seidman, President of Quoizel, continues his quest to kayak in all 52 states!
This time Rick takes us to Anchorage, Alaska! Meeting with Robin Warfield, Quoizel’s newest salesperson handling the Alaska territory, and Brown’s Electric gave Rick the opportunity to kayak against one of the most beautiful backdrops in the world.
In order to kayak in Alaska, a lot of preparation is required. Rick needed to purchase proper clothing and equipment to have the necessary credentials for such cold temperatures.