One of our long-time customers – the Summit Junior Fortnightly Club – had their yearly Tot Trot this weekend – a fundraiser for various children’s organizations. This year the event helped support “The Valerie Fund” which provides services for children with blood and cancer disorders. Accent Printing supplied the posters, registration forms and the road banner which hung in downtown Summit.
Mike Tan, Accent’s owner, said he’s been supporting this particular event for several years because of the focus on children’s health issues. He also supports other non-profits such as Curemonos – a local support group for medically under-served women with breast health concerns, Bryan’s Dream Foundation and The American Cancer Society. “I like to give back to the community,” Mike says. ” Usually they find us. We look at what they do and offer to help where we can.”
And it doesn’t end with just printing. Our Sales Executive, Robert Kayda, is especially passionate about children’s issues and has involved his whole family in the Tot Trot for the past couple of years. His four year old daughter Grace, his two year old son Sam and their two year old cousin JP all participated this year:
Luckily the morning was sunny and there was a good turnout!
Grace and Sam proudly displaying their medals to their Dad who says, “All in all it was a fun day and the kids had a great time. And it supported a good cause!”
At Accent Printing Solutions, we’re all about team work and community, whether it’s attending Rotary or Chamber of Commerce events or volunteering and supplying posters. We’re an ever growing business with our roots firmly planted here in North Jersey!