2.10.2015

Tech Valley Office Interiors celebrating 10 years

ALBANY>> Tech Valley Office Interiors, an Albany based Office Furniture Dealership is celebrating its 10th year anniversary with an open house on Friday, February 13, 2015 from 3 - 6pm. OpenedFebruary 14, 2005 in Loudon Plaza Loudonville by Rod Dion of Cohoes, the organization has grown over the years and today is located in an 7,600 sq ft Warehouse and Showroom at 30 Kraft Ave, Albany NY. Over the past ten years Rod and his staff have been honored to work with such well-known companies as Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida and Toyota Manufacturing in San Antonio Tx, along with numerous local and state wide customers. They have also been thrilled to provide furniture for the Oscar nominated movie, The Wolf of Wall Street, along with the new HBO series, Show me a Hero. Six years ago, in response to the great recession, Dion opened Nu2u Quality Used Furniture.  "We have survived in a very competitive environment during some difficult years by keeping it simple. Great service and excellent pricing will always be our cornerstone", Dion was quoted as saying.

In honor of our 10th year anniversary, Tech Valley Office Interiors will make a donation to their adopted charity, The Veterans Miracle Center, located at 10 Interstate Ave in Albany. The VMC is a resource center to help veterans and military personnel meet their needs.  Its mission is to be a place of help and hope for veterans. Recently had become aware of this organization owner Rod Dion stated. “I had heard that they needed money to buy beds for homelessVets. Something about homeless Vets hit me very hard, and simply put, my first thought was that it’s just wrong. I hope with our small donation not only can we provide some services to veterans who need them, but that this will bring some needed publicity to this organization so more people can become involved.  I would like to help in any way we can. Our small donation is just a beginning, as everyone should learn more about this wonderful organization. No Vet should ever be homeless,” said Dion.

The open house is open to the public, and for all past and future clients to stop in and say hello.

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