FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 2, 2015
SciTT Kits Selects Crossroads Industrial Services to Distribute Hands-On Science Kits
2/2/2015 Indianapolis, Indiana – SciTT (Science for Today and Tomorrow) Kits has selected Crossroads Industrial Services, a division of Easter Seals Crossroads, to distribute science kit orders to schools.
SciTT Kits are designed to include everything teachers and students need to perform interactive science activities. As orders have increased, Crossroads will help ensure SciTT Kits meet the demand for delivering their kits on time and with high quality.
“Our relationship with Crossroads will be beneficial for both organizations,” said Steve Graham, CEO for SciTT Kits. “We know Crossroads will provide excellent nation-wide distribution while employing talented people with disabilities and give SciTT Kits the scale it needs to fulfill the increased demand from school systems for our hands-on science kits.”
SciTT Kits develops premium scientific activity kits. In operation for over twenty years, SciTT Kits has sold over 1 million kits to schools and teachers that enable them to share with their students a science-based education that will help them understand the world around them.
“We’re extremely pleased to be awarded this business and an opportunity to work with SciTT Kits as a trusted partner,” said Curtiss Quirin, COO of Crossroads Industrial Services. “Their product fits well with our social mission and will have a significant impact on the educational market. Crossroads will provide a flexible solution and scalable manufacturing operations that will contribute to the success of SciTT Kits.”
With school systems emphasizing science and technology at all levels, SciTT Kits can help educators quickly incorporate hands-on science activities into their curriculum. SciTT Kits also enhance STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) programs that many schools have recently adopted.
Crossroads Industrial Services, www.crossroadsindustrialservices.org, is a division of Easter Seals Crossroads and has been in operation in Central Indiana since 1939. As a not-for-profit organization, its profits are returned back to Easter Seals Crossroads to support programs and services that improve the lives of children and adults with special needs, disabilities or challenges by promoting inclusion, independence and dignity. Crossroads is a contract manufacturing and assembly solutions company that provides a variety of products and services to national businesses, as well as the Department of Defense.
For more information, please visit www.scittkits.com, or contact Noble J. Dhue, Vice President of Business Development at 800-858-5020 x405 or email@example.com.
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