HW Naylor Co. Inc., a manufacturer of animal health products in Morris, has announced the availability of Chewy throughout North America. Through this new delivery method, “millions of his Chewy customers will now have access to Dr. Naylor brand topical animal health products,” according to Naylor’s media release.
“We are thrilled to partner with Chewy to reach out to pet parents of animals large and small across the country. We do,” said David Lucas, president of Naylor. “Farmers and other pet owners have relied on our products since 1926, and we are honored to be part of over 3,000 of the best and most trusted brands in the pet industry. Through Chewy he offers over 100,000 products.”
Community Bank Supports Hospice
Community Bank’s Oneonta branch recently donated $5,000 to support Helios Care, an organization that provides hospice and palliative care in the Catskills area. According to a media release from the bank, Helios Care’s mission is to “make life easier for patients and their families facing serious illness and the end of life by providing choice, dignity and compassionate care.” is.
SEEC Calls for Award Candidates
Schoharie Economic Enterprise Corp. has called for nominations for the 2022 Enlighten and Aspire Awards by December 2nd. The award, sponsored by SEEC, recognizes “inspiring individuals and companies” at the Toast to the Town ceremony on December 7th at 287 Main. at Shoharry. According to a media release, the event was organized “to celebrate and honor the work of individuals and organizations from all corners of the county that is vital to fostering economic growth in Schoharie County.”
The Enlighten Award honors an individual or company “aimed at meeting the educational needs of serving communities that support the resilience of Schohari County.”
According to the release, the Aspire Awards were created “to recognize individuals or organizations who have risen or transcended in their industry.”
All nominees will be honored at the celebration.
“These unique awards are an opportunity to recognize the bright spots of the businesses, entrepreneurs, leaders and organizations that make up our community,” said Tom Putnam, honorary organizer and SEEC Board Chairman.
To learn more and nominate an individual or company, please visit: www.seecny.org/nomination Before the December 2nd deadline.
Sharon Springs Hosts Shopping Event
The Sharon Springs Chamber of Commerce and Sharon Springs businesses host the Sharon Springs Shoppers Rally & Raffle on Small Business Saturday. November 26th.
Those interested can follow the map to visit the shops and restaurants along Sharon Springs’ Main Street to collect stamps for the Shoppers’ Rally Card. After a final stop at The American Hotel, attendees can enter to win Sharon Springs’ Holiday Cheer Basket. There will be a gift card draw every hour.
For more information, vendor applications and rally maps, please visit: https://tinyurl.com/3a64492hfollow the Chamber of Commerce on Facebook and Instagram @sharonspringschamber or email email@example.com.
Price Chopper Hosts Red Kettle
Thirty-two Price Chopper and Market stores will once again host The Salvation Army’s “Red Kettle” holiday campaign at all 130 stores in New York, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. The Salvation Army and Price Chopper/Market 32 have been partners in the community they serve for more than 35 years, according to a company media release.
Last year’s “Red Kettle” campaign at Price Chopper and Market 32 stores raised more than $500,000. This year’s campaign will run from November 14th to December 24th.
Basset Healthcare enters partnership
The Andreessen Horowitz Bio + Health Fund has announced a partnership with the Bassett Healthcare Network. The collaboration “will leverage the digital healthcare technologies of a16z portfolio companies to address inequalities and systemic challenges in providing quality healthcare to rural patient populations through the Bassett Healthcare Network.” purpose,” said the media release.
“Healthcare systems serving rural communities face different challenges than densely populated areas. “By partnering with a16z, we’re significantly improving access to the most innovative digital health technologies, enabling the wider and local health system to grow,” said Bassett CEO. It will enable us to truly understand how we can implement effective, scalable, technology-enabled solutions to improve patient health.”
Through this partnership, Bassett will gain access to the broader a16z ecosystem, made up of not only a16z Bio + Health backed companies, but also innovative companies in related fields such as enterprise technology, fintech and consumer services. We will be able to do that,” said the release. The a16z and Bassett teams will also work together to “identify emerging areas of unmet need that could benefit from technology-enabled solutions.”
Paul Uhrig, Chief Legal and Digital Health Officer, Bassett Healthcare Network, said: “This partnership with a16z and its portfolio companies opens the door for Bassett to not only better serve patients, but to create a framework and infrastructure that will help build healthy rural communities across the country. increase.”
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