Local office equipment company, Electronic Business Machines, was recognized during the South Snohomish County Chamber’s 17th annual Business Excellence Awards luncheon at the Lynnwood Convention Center on March 25. They were one of five recipients honored for continually adding value and stability to the community. Electronic Business Machines President, Dick Schlosser said, “We are grateful for this recognition, but know we are one of many local companies doing good things in our community.”
Corporate and community recognition is nothing new to owners Dick Schlosser and Robert Rainbow. Since opening their doors in 1980, Electronic Business Machines has been recognized in the trade and community literally dozens of times. Both gentlemen and their employees are very active in their service area, from Rotary to not-for-profit organizations; they support the greater community in many ways.
South Snohomish County Chamber President/CEO, Jean Hales, commented, “Electronic Business Machines consistently demonstrates leadership and a sincere commitment to our community through best business practices and local stewardship. Dick and Robert exemplify what our Business Excellence Awards are all about.”
Electronic Business Machines is a locally owned full document solutions provider, serving companies seeking to cut costs and increase productivity.