2016 was a year of many things, including  changes, challenges, and opportunities. But, above all else, 2016 was a year in which we saw the fruits of our labor. As we continued to fine tune our processes to provide better customer experiences and customer service, we really challenged our team to become better by  doing what we say and saying what we do. As we move forward through 2017, we are a stronger team and continue to learn more about our customers. Our goal is to help you. Remember that not only is it important to set personal goals for 2017, but also business goals! 

As 2016 comes to a close, WPRP took one final opportunity to reflect on this pas year with some of our highlights from 2016. 

WPRP Attends MODEX 2016. MODEX was a great opportunity to meet new industry peers and reconnect with existing ones.
MHEDA’s Women in Industry initiative is working to get more women involved in the material handling industry. Women in Industry offers networking and educational opportunities for women who are in material handling or interested in becoming a part of the vibrant industry.
A BIG thanks to everyone who supported the WPRP Rock Stars March for Babies team in one way or another! We surpassed our fundraising goal, and had an awesome time doing it.
Linda and Josh join MHEDA and Matter to pack Matter Boxes and sort medical supplies at MHEDA’s Midwest Regional Networking Summit.
Invest in your employees and make your workplace a safe haven. WPRP team members went through CPR and AED training, and are now certified in both.
August of 2016 marked the one year anniversary of moving into the East Stroudsburg Warehouse. For the full story of the warehouse and how it came to be, watch The Story of the East Stroudsburg Warehouse
Alzheimer’s Disease touches the lives of millions around the United States and abroad.  The WPRP team jumped at the chance to participate in this year’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s in November, raising over $1,000 for the local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
This was the second year WPRP donated space in the East Stroudsburg warehouse to students from Stroudsburg Area High School who use the space to build their annual homecoming float. Communities and businesses are strongest when they can work together.
In November, the WPRP video series “Would You Like Fries with That?” celebrated its 60th episode. Josh and Linda shot the first episode back in 2013. Time flies when you’re doing what you’re passionate about.
Most important of all, we strengthened our relationships this year and our team continues to grow. We look forward to an exciting 2017; stay tuned as we create new highlights and memories in the year ahead.