The waterfall runs still. The trees are bare. A few fall leaves remain. The “For Sale” board stands by the roadway as a timely reminder to us all, that it is finally time to say goodbye to our much-loved home of many years. While it is always sad to leave a place that has been the site of good times, much progress and hard work, we have finally outgrown our Orchard Street location. By January 1st, we will have packed our bags, transported the last pallets of product, turned off the lights and locked the doors one last time. Goodbye Mantua and thank you for 14 years of happy memories.
But when one door closes, another opens. We move to Aurora with a great sense of pride and anticipation. As Atlantic-OASE finally become one for the USA, we can look forward to great things at our new facility. The building has been fully re-modeled and fitted to allow us to lay down our own stamp of individuality. The massively increased space and opportunities for growth that this new facility affords us can allow us to achieve great things. A powerhouse in the North American Water Gardening industry will now emerge with a new sense of purpose and determination, from Lena Drive, Aurora.
We are very excited to be able to share these new beginnings with you and would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers, suppliers, contractors, employees and associates for their support and to wish everyone very happy and healthy Holidays.
From everyone here at Atlantic-OASE, we wanted to wish you a safe and Happy New Year! Thank you for all your support throughout the years! We can’t wait to dive into the 2020 with you!
About the Authors:
Caitlyn is a graduate from the University of Akron and joined the Atlantic-OASE team in August of 2019. Specializing in Communications and Social Media, Caitlyn manages Atlantic-OASE’s social media and online content. Additionally, Caitlyn works on the Marketing Team to create advertising and marketing programs.
Peter joined Atlantic-OASE to support the sales and marketing teams and coordinate training programs. He returns to the water gardening industry after 10 years to bring his British idiosyncrasies to this side of the pond.