The Radville and Deep South Star (Transcontinental) embroidery, signs, banner, thermo film heat press and promotional products department has been sold back to former owner, George Hay. The transition will take place immediately, just in time for the Radville & District Health Centre Foundation Trade Show on May 8th and May 9th at the Radville Recreation Complex.
The name of the new business is called 4 Seasons Promotions and will operate out of the Radville Star building at 230 Main Street.
4 Seasons Promotions is a division of 4 Seasons Enterprises Inc., which also includes 4 Seasons Yard Services, operated by George Hay that provides complete yard care, year round.
The new business, 4 Seasons Promotions, will still offer the same quality products as in the past including apparel, team uniforms, specialty products (pens, mugs, event chairs, etc.), signs, banners, thermo heat press, etc. but will be adding an additional embroidery machine and new staff. With the new machine and double the staff, customer service will be improved lessening the wait time for the ordered products.
Business hours in the Star building will be from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, with the use of some of the Star staff and new employee, on a part-time basis, Janine Mazenc (Randy).
Currently we are in the process, with SaskTel to acquire new contact numbers, but for now, customers can call the Star number at 869-2202 for more information or inquiries, until next week.
The new ownership and employees are looking forward to and are excited about the new venture for Radville and the Deep South areas in Avonlea, Bengough, Milestone, Ogema and surrounding districts. 4 Seasons Promotions looks forward to meeting and contacting all former clients in business, clubs, groups, organizations and homes with all of the products that are available to promote your business and event.
Check the Star for future updates and specials, with the Grand Opening set for May 8th and May 9th at the Radville Trade Show.