Orbus Exhibit & Display Group®, a North American wholesale supplier and manufacturer of display, exhibit, graphic, and event solutions is proud to share that it donated over $14,600 to various charitable institutions in 2019. The Orbus Social and Cultural Committee (OSACC) organizes fundraising and team building events throughout the year to ensure the Orbus culture is one that values each employee and gives back whenever possible.

The first half of 2019, Orbus raised over $9,000 to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and in the latter half of 2019, they raised over $5,600 to benefit Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.

Company-wide fundraising events included casual wear buy-in, shamrock grams, a chili cook-off, manager dunk tank, an ice cream social, TV raffle and Change Wars competition.

In addition to monetary donations, Orbus hosted its first employee blood drive with the American Red Cross, as well as its annual Toys for Tots drive to help less fortunate children share in the magic of the holidays.

Orbus looks forward to expanding its philanthropic efforts with charitable institutions in 2020.

About Orbus

Orbus Exhibit & Display Group is a market-leading, privately owned group of companies that specialize in the manufacture and trade only supply of portable modular and custom modular exhibit and display products, graphics and solutions. Companies and brands within the group include The Exhibitors’ Handbook®, The Promo Handbook™, Nimlok®, and SignPro Systems®.

Orbus is a proud member of ISA, SGIA, ASI, PPAI, UPIC, and SAGE; the company boasts G7 Master IDEAlliance certification and is registered to ISO 9001:2015 for the highest manufacturing quality standards and ISO 14001:2015 for its environmental management system and “green” efforts.

Orbus’ supply and manufacturing facilities reside in Woodridge, Illinois and Las Vegas, Nevada. For more information, visit www.orbus.com.

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Orbus’ fundraising efforts included a manager dunk tank at the 2019 Employee Appreciation Picnic. Pictured: Dan O’Connor.
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The OSACC received a Certificate of Appreciation from Toys for Tots representative John Sucansky, Marine.
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Orbus also hosted its first employee blood drive.

— Press Release