When you remodel or renovate your home, you can remove everything — from furniture and rugs to people and pets — and avoid certain areas during the work. Remodeling or expanding your store or office is different. Business doesn’t stop just because you’re renovating, and your customers will expect the same cleanliness and high standards they always enjoy.
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Prestige Maintenance USA (PMUSA) and Aztec Promotional Group have been named the recipients of the Women’s Business Council Southwest’s 2018 Women Working Together award. The honor is given out each year to highlight a contract award between two Women Business Enterprises (WBE) and showcases the story behind the deal.
Kyle Orlowski joins PMUSA as Vice President of Sales and Marketing after working with the company as a client for more than eight years. Having served in various leadership roles at chemical manufacturer Diversey, Kyle has a proven track record in sales innovation and leadership.
When Prestige Maintenance USA updated its purpose statement a few months ago, it wanted to reflect some of the changes the company has been through in recent years. But, says CEO Rachel Sanchez, the company also wanted to make sure that the new statement placed an emphasis on PMUSA’s core values.
When Prestige Maintenance USA began 42 years ago, founders Marie and Alex Diverno instilled the company with clear-cut core values and a well-defined purpose. Those values have served the company well, supporting its growth over the past four decades and building a strong relationship between employees and clients.
However, much has changed since the company first started, and PMUSA recently updated its purpose statement to reflect some of those changes.
Retail cleanliness is about more than just keeping a clean store. How a store looks on a day-to-day basis has a direct impact on customer satisfaction and ultimately the company’s bottom line.
The world has changed a lot since Marie and Alex Dinverno founded Prestige Maintenance USA back in the late 1970s. They had to manage the day-to-day operation of their growing cleaning company without the advantages of the technology that makes our jobs so much easier today.
Supplier diversity is about more than just buying products and services from minority-owned businesses; it’s about supporting communities.
Tropical Storm Harvey is expected to produce 7 to 13 inches of more rain through Friday over the upper Texas coast, where some areas — including the Houston metropolitan area — may see accumulations of up to 50 inches.
In an effort to provide support during this devastation, PMUSA is partnering with a local nonprofit organization Trusted World. They will be going to Houston and surrounding areas to provide much needed help.
Jerry Beining started working at Prestige Maintenance USA in December 2008 as an Area Manager. Jerry (seen here with PMUSA CEO Rachel Sanchez at JCPenney headquarters) quickly proved his considerable worth and was promoted to Regional Manager just eight months later. Today, Jerry is a Senior Regional Manager who oversees janitorial services in Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Let’s get to know more about him…