Creatacor’s 2nd Annual Ugly Holiday Attire Contest – WINNERS!

We dressed up, and you voted… Here are the winners: With 45% of the vote, Jerremy (Christmas Tree Sweater) is the 2013 Creatacor Ugly Holiday Attire Contest Winner! Todd (The Grinch) came in 2nd with 17% of the vote and Lora (Human Christmas Tree) came in 3rd with 11%. Our random voter winner is: Emily We’ll be contacting you so…
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Creatacor Participates In Arthritis Foundation Rose Day Program

This year the Northeastern New York Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation called on us to see if we would be interested in participating in their Rose Day Program. This program helps raise money for the research that the Arthritis Foundation supports. As you know, many folks both young and old suffer from various types of Arthritis (a very painful disease)….
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Gigunda Group’s Project Blanket Donates To March Of Dimes

This time of year, it’s typical for us to receive gifts from clients and vendors. When Chuck received a package from our client, Gigunda Group, he realized that this is truly a meaningful gift. It contained a note about Project Blanket, along with a fleece blanket. Its mission hits home in the northeast, especially on a day like today when…
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Creatacor’s 2nd Annual Ugly Holiday Attire Contest

Happy Holidays from everyone at Creatacor! Today, we held our 2nd Annual Ugly Holiday Attire Contest. Last year, it was all just Ugly Sweaters… but this year we expanded it to any and all Ugly Holiday Attire! Which getup is your favorite? Take a look at our staff photo: [Click on the photo for a larger version] Your choices are:…
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Creatacor Donates Materials For Gazette Parade Float

Creatacor contributed supplies to the Central Park International Magnet School in Schenectady, NY. The materials were used for the school’s float – a replica of a 1920’s trolley car that used to run along the city’s streets – in the 46th Annual Gazette Holiday Parade. The 22-foot long, 10-foot high Schenectady Railway 562 wooden trolley was in keeping with the…
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Creatacor Participates In Chamber Angels Program

CREATCOR was happy to adopt 3 children this year for The Chamber of Southern Saratoga County’s Chamber Angels Program. Using the child’s wish list, the Creatacor staff teamed up to determine how they would gather the gifts. This is a fun time for staff to come together to reach out to the community and make a difference for these children…
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Creatacor Provides Industry Insight To HVCC Students

Creatacor, Inc. welcomed Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC) students in the Computer Aided Drafting (CADD) Certificate program. Nearly 20 students attended the two-hour presentation and tour of Creatacor’s office and warehouse facility. It provided students a real-world experience of the kind of opportunities that might exist upon graduation. HVCC offers the only CADD program in the Capital Region. The coursework…
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Creatacor Halloween Costume Contest – WINNERS!

We dressed up, and you voted… Here are the winners: With 30% of the vote, Flo (Courtney) is the 2013 Creatacor Halloween Costume Contest Winner! JJ as The Doctor came in 2nd with 20% of the vote and Robert as Boba Fett came in 3rd with 14%. Our random voter winner is: Kim Muller We’ll be contacting you so we…
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Creatacor Halloween Costume Contest

Happy Halloween! A lot of the staff has dressed up for Halloween, so we are going to have a Costume Contest! Take a look at our staff photo: [Click on the photo for a larger version] Your choices are: 1. Kyle: “I’m Brian Fantana from Anchorman.” 2. Jason: “I’m Gandolf from the Lord of the Rings. Vote for me, or…
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Creatacor Receives Honor From USS Albany Association

The USS Albany Association presented the Creatacor team with an “Outside Contributor Award” for our work to help restore and display the USS Albany brass test model. Our very own Rich Henaghan received the plaque and certificate on behalf of Creatacor at the Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center in Albany, NY. The USS Albany brass test model was unveiled in…
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