The Good Stuff, Vol. 74

The Good Stuff, Vol. 74

Welcome to “The Good Stuff”, where we highlight positive news and ways that NAED employees and member companies go above and beyond to give back to their communities! If you have some “Good Stuff” that you would like to share with tED, find out how below.

Today we’re looking at Winsupply Inc., headquartered in Dayton, Ohio.

Winsupply continues to expand its footprint in the city of Moraine with the recent purchase of the former Relax Inn, located at 3333 S Dixie Drive. While the company’s newest property will no longer function as a hotel, it will immediately begin serving the community by providing a training site for the Moraine Fire Department.

“We’ve always appreciated our ongoing partnership with the city of Moraine,” said Bill Tolliver, Vice President of the Wholesalers Property Company, LLC and Assistant Corporate Council for Winsupply. “Winsupply is excited to provide a space where our local heroes can enhance their knowledge, capabilities and skills.”

The Moraine Fire Department will be training at the property June 5 – 7, 2023, from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The training will take place in the following areas:

Forced entry (door breaching)

Wall breaching (cutting a window into a doorway)

Interior wall breaching into adjoining spaces

Roof ventilation practice

Disaster response wall marking training (painting a large ‘X’ on the exterior with code markings for other first responders)

Non-destructive forced entry (drilling out locks, etc.)

Hose deployment training

This purchase falls in line with Winsupply’s ongoing strategic land purchases, including 3300 Kettering Boulevard, which is now home to Winsupply of Dayton and the Richard W. Schwartz Center for Innovation.

While there are no immediate development plans for the property, Winsupply is always looking for future expansion opportunities. Given the close proximity to Winsupply’s support services campus, purchasing this property offers options for future growth that otherwise would not have been available.

Winsupply looks forward to continued growth and partnership with the city of Moraine.


Find more “Good Stuff” articles here on tEDmag.com.

tED wants to know about your “Good Stuff”. If you work with someone who is helping other people, or a group of co-workers that’s creating better outcomes, we want to know about it.

Please send your “Good Stuff” to Editorial & Web Assistant, Marie Jakle at mjakle@naed.org and Online Editor, Nicky Herron at nherron@naed.org. Send us details, names, and photos if you have them.

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