Tomahawk Main Street Inc. receives new printer as part of Rhyme’s ‘Giving Tuesday’

Courtesy of Tomahawk Main Street Inc.

TOMAHAWK – For over 135 years, Rhyme has helped people and organizations of all types and sizes meet their goals, and Tomahawk Main Street Inc. (TMS) can say they are one of the many impacted by Rhyme’s generosity.

Rhyme and their people are committed to making our communities, state and country a better place for everyone. They do this because they are dedicated to doing what’s right for their customers and communities.

One example of this was during Rhyme’s “Giving Tuesday.”

Jeffrey Johnson, a volunteer with TMS, nominated our organization for a potential donation, as Rhyme recognizes that when local nonprofits have the technology and tools they need to operate more efficiently, the entire community benefits.

Jeff Witte took the time to come to our office, sat down to learn more about our mission and worked with his team to procure TMS a machine that will help take our marketing to a whole new level, decrease our costs and maximize our reach. It has also become a huge time saver, and a tremendous help in getting our message out sooner.

Additional size options, quicker outputs, cleaner prints, the ability to offer printing to our smaller, local shops – though this printer seems small in the grand scheme of things, this generous gift helps us expand our capabilities while jointly helping our businesses.

Thank you, Jeffrey and Jeff! We greatly appreciate your kindness and belief in Tomahawk Main Street, our goals, vision and mission!

Pictured, from left, are TMS Executive Director Jennifer Turkiewicz, TMS volunteer Jeffrey Johnson and Jeff Witte of Rhyme. Photo courtesy of TMS.
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