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Pathfinder Outsource invited to present at seminar

Posted: Friday, August 28, 2015

Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing competed and was recently awarded the opportunity to produce over 100 hand-turned, wooden pens which were given to the attendees of the Rural LISC Annual Seminar held in Portland, Maine. The manufacturing division of Huntington-based non-profit organization, Pathfinder Services, was also granted an exclusive invitation to present its social enterprise efforts to participants during the event.

Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing was the sole exhibitor invited to attend this event. Loretta Mottram, senior director of business development at Pathfinder Services, had the opportunity to demonstrate services offered such as kit assembly, skin packaging and collating, as well as educate attendees about the benefit of purchasing proprietary products such as ControlAbility hair and skin care products, Monofoil®, custom binders, industrial wipes and the hand-turned wooden pens which attendees received as gifts from Rural LISC. In addition, Mottram was able to inform attendees of Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing’s recently added offering of personalized gift and apparel as well as promotional and giveaway products such as mousepads, coasters, pens, bags and mugs which could be branded with the partner organizations logo.

“We were honored to receive this opportunity from Rural LISC to showcase our capabilities to so many organizations across the country,” stated Mottram. “This was a great venue to highlight all that Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing has to offer. The knowledge shared with attendees about our expanded offering of customized promotional products is sure to strengthen our commercial division so that we may continue providing an income opportunity to those we serve.” For more information about the services and products offered by Pathfinder OutSource Manufacturing, please contact Diane Miller at dmiller@pathfinderservices.org or (800) 833-1571.

Shown in the photograph is Loretta Mottram, senior director of business development, left, as she talks with a conference attendee.