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Central Sanitary Supply Expands in Nevada

December 17, 2008
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RENO, NEVADA – Central Sanitary Supply, a janitorial supply distributor with locations in California and Nevada, opened a new facility in Reno in October, 2008.  The new facility is located at 4830 Longley Lane in Reno. 

“Our steady growth in the Nevada market has required us to expand our Reno facility.  This new location is more than three time larger than our previous facility,” said Chris Martini, Director of Marketing for Central Sanitary Supply.  “It will allow us to serve our customers more efficiently because we have a spacious on-site training center, a big new showroom and display area, and expanded office space.  And, the building is more centrally located than the original Reno facility,” said Martini.

“The new building,” according to Chris Martini, “cements our commitment to the marketplace in Nevada.  We’ve been well-received in Nevada, and we are thankful for the strong support from our customers.  We look forward to bringing even more services to the Reno community, and we’re excited about the additional service options and expanded capabilities we can offer from this new location.  One of the biggest advantages of our new building is the fact that we can offer more of our Academy for Cleaning Professionals courses in Reno.”

Central Sanitary Supply services a variety of customers, including hospitality, education, industrial, building service contractors, and healthcare.

For more information, about Central Sanitary Supply or its recent Reno expansion, contact Chris Martini at 209-523-3002 or  Central Sanitary Supply is located at 4830 Longley Lane, Reno, Nevada 89502.  Telephone 775-356-8970.  

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