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We want to extend an enthusiastic welcome to one of our new KDB Business members – Pan Ector Industries. You’ve likely come in contact with one of Pan Ector’s awesome screen-printed tshirts at one of the many events they participate in around Denton. They can be found at the Denton Community Market, Day of the Dead Festival, and KDB’s very own Redbud Festival. They have produced the tshirts for Great American Cleanup, Redbud Festival, and Tree Giveaway for many years, and are our exclusive tshirt provider.
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KDB’s newest business member is US Storage Center. They have been operating in Denton since October 2016. They are located in the Shady Oaks Industrial Park at 1815 Shady Oaks Drive. We asked Johnny Dow, District Manager for the north Texas area, a few questions about Denton and their business:
What’s the most inspiring place in Denton?
We believe the most inspiring places in Denton are the University of North Texas, Texas Woman’s University, and Linda McNatt Animal Adoption and Care Center. At USSC, we think an education and care for all is important and most inspiring.
What impact do you think KDB has on the Denton community?
It brings the community together to keep Denton clean and beautiful.
How long have you supported KDB? Why?
This is the first year that we are supporting KDB. As a local business, we are proud to take part in actions that keep the city clean and beautiful, and look forward to a long partnership.
What causes or other activities do you support in the community?
US Storage Centers actively supports a variety of local and national organizations, from animal welfare to the performing arts. Community involvement and giving back reflects one of our core beliefs as a company.
Thanks for being a KDB Business Member! Want to become a member? Check out the benefits on our Member page.