Regional Economic Models, Inc. recently collaborated with Great Threads Embroidery from Belchertown, Massachusetts to embroider our logo on gifts for attendees of this year’s REMI Users’ Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, Massachusetts covered Great Threads as a part of their larger story detailing a complex, the Belchertown State School, that could potentially become a coworking space after initially being constructed as an institution for children with developmental disabilities before being shut down in 1992.
REMI is proud to partner with Great Threads, which was one of the first businesses to occupy the building that could become a coworking space. The Belchertown Cultural Council hopes to bring more small businesses to the complex in order to “expand the offerings in Belchertown right now.”
The article includes pictures of Great Threads Embroidery owner Gary Ewing, the engraving process, and the finished lunchboxes for the 2019 REMI Users’ Conference. You can access the Daily Hampshire Gazette article by clicking here.
You can also find more information about this year’s REMI Annual Users’ Conference by clicking here.