America's First Envelopes were handmade. In fact, the West and Berlin factory in New York employed about 100 hand folders in 1855, producing 200,000 to 250,000 envelopes per day.
The Walsh Envelope Company has been in the Office Supplies business since 1927 and has continued to provide quality business filing products, folders, labels, mailing envelopes, inter office envelopes and many other types of custom office supplies.
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Christine Hopkins - Wednesday, April 08, 2015
Christine Hopkins - Wednesday, February 04, 2015
Over the past three months we have seen the low prices at the pump. This week crude oil barrel prices are on the rise and so are the prices at the pump. For example, On Monday morning gas prices in Aston, PA were $2.12 per gallon. Monday afternoon the price rose to $2.23 per gallon. The moral of this story is Fill'r up !!!
Christine Hopkins - Tuesday, December 02, 2014
Are you tired of warmed up turkey and sides? Here's a fun idea on using up thanksgiving leftovers.
1. Turkey and Vegetable Pizza: Get some ready-made pizza dough from the store and roll it out. Spread sauce on top place shredded turkey meat on top along with roasted vegetable leftovers, sliced red or green peppers, sliced onions, olives and smother everything with shredded mozzarella and cook in oven until crust is a light golden brown.
Christine Hopkins - Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Before the Thanksgiving fun begins you might have to brave through some of the worst holiday traffic conditions of the year. The silver lining to our holiday travel this year is the gasoline prices. The current national average is 2.81/gallon.
Happy Thanksgiving, and let's go Philadelphia Eagles !
Christine Hopkins - Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Did you know....
Christine Hopkins - Friday, November 21, 2014
* If Ben Franklin would have had his way, the turkey would be our national bird, not the eagle. Thomas Jefferson said no, and ever since, a male turkey is also known as a "Tom"
* Real turkeys can fly, but not the ones commercially grown.
* 91% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving.
Christine Hopkins - Tuesday, October 07, 2014
Germs in the workplace
Now that cold and flu season is upon us again it’s no surprise that offices, factories, and other work facilities are hotbeds for bacteria and viruses. The most important steps towards preventing the spread of germs is to wash our hands. Germs are lurking all over the workplace. The CDC estimates that 80% of all infections are spread by hand contact. So, most of the places we touch are likely harboring germs. Here is a list of how to minimize infection on the following surfaces.
1) TELEPHONES – Scientist say office telephones can hold more than 25,000 germs per square inch. Users should wipe the keypads and handset with sanitizing wipes after use, and periodically throughout the day.
2) COMPUTER KEYBOARDS – It has been reported that keyboards have over 200 times as many bacteria as toilet seats. Shared computers are especially hazardous. Use disinfecting wipes that remove dirt, dust, and dander. Make sure whichever you use will be safe to use on your keyboard.
3) ELEVATOR BUTTONS – Hundreds of people use elevators every day. Protect yourself by using and elbow or knuckle instead of your fingertips to push the buttons.
4) WATER FOUNTAINS – Public water fountains can harbor 2.7 million bacteria per square inch. A good alternative is to bring in your own water bottle from home
Christine Hopkins - Thursday, March 13, 2014
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day from Walsh Envelope Company
Today through March 18th order our green border paper
For 10% off the regular price. Item Number: RCL-109
May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks
That grow, and may trouble avoid you wherever you go.
Never iron a four leaf clover, because you don’t want to press your luck.