SPIN INK Secures Contract With City of Toronto for Official Face Masks
SPIN INK SCREEN PRINTING a Canadian company founded by Jon Weizman in 2011 and Richardo Adams in 2001 teamed up with Dane Liska and Ahniel (Ricky) Lee. Together they have found a way to keep production going and staff employed during COVID. The company, thinking outside the box, expanded their facility beyond their usual adding an additional 30 jobs and began producing thousands of reusable face masks for numerous businesses & corporations. And that was just the beginning. SPIN INK has been contracted by the City of Toronto to produce 150,000 masks by the end of July. With this special opportunity, the company will give back 15,000 masks to front line workers in Toronto and surrounding areas, who are working tirelessly during these unsettling times.
SPIN INK, long known for the work ethic of its employees, dedication to quality production & on-time delivery schedules will continue to help the community by further matching one donated mask out of every 10 masks made and sold from its facility to front line workers. Mayor John Tory recently dropped by for a visit to the facility. Mayor Tory toured the shop and thanked employees for their hard work and dedication.
SPIN INK is originally a screen printing, embroidery & customized promotional products company. They help brand your company making it visually recognizable at first sight. The company’s fast turnaround is guaranteed by all work being done under one roof. Clients include businesses, schools, bands, artists, sports teams, non-profit organizations & licensed merchandise. From PWC, Sport Check, Winners, Walmart, Loblaws, Nestle, Nike, Scotia Bank, Samsung, Google, Microsoft, and Intel.
Plus, printing merch for major recording artists, ACDC, Wu-Tang Clan, Pitbull, Bad Bunny, Tragically Hip, Panic at The Disco, Future, Childish Gambino, Metallica, and more.
The SPIN INK family thanks all our front-line heroes, please stay safe……