Largest Copy Center in Nevada Unveils Expanded Headquarters
Press release from the issuing company
Las Vegas, NV (April 11, 2001) ‹ Skipco Inc., the largest copy and business center in the state of Nevada, with annual revenues of $22 million, today unveiled its expanded 34,000 sq. ft. headquarters, to better serve its rapidly growing customer base and accommodate an annual growth rate of 20 percent per year.
To celebrate its grand re-opening, Mayor Oscar Goodman declared April 11, "Skipco Day" in the City of Las Vegas and an Open House celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony was held with special guest Rudy Ruettiger, a motivational speaker and former Notre Dame football player.
Skipco's Las Vegas headquarters, located at 6029 West Charleston Blvd., have been transformed into a state-of-the-art business center. More than 18,000 sq. ft. was added to the remodeled headquarters which now includes a spacious self-service area for making walk-up copies, an expanded selection of copier supplies, a consolidated warehouse and service department and a high-tech demonstration room where customers can see the award-winning line of Toshiba multifunctional printers, fax machines and copiers in action.
One of the largest exclusive Toshiba office equipment dealers in the country, Skipco was purchased in 1996 by TOPAC, a network of seven independently-owned exclusive Toshiba equipment dealers owned by Toshiba America Business Solutions, (TABS).
"We've expanded our headquarters to offer our customers an even higher level of service, as well as access to the most advanced printing and copying equipment," said Gary Harouff, president of Skipco, Inc., who added that Skipco customers produce 250 billion copies per year on Toshiba equipment, with the on-site copy center churning out three million copies a month and servicing an average of 500 walk-in customers per day.
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