VOLUNTEER! It’s good for the Heart!

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Mark Smithberger (FBS President) at the Arnold Palmer Invitational where he has volunteered for over 25 years!

The happiest people are not those getting more – but those GIVING more!

H Jackson Brown Jr.

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We back you up when your POS goes down!

POS systems can go down (weather, construction etc.) costing you hundreds in lost revenue not to mention customer anxiety!
CALL FBS TODAY to get your Manual Credit Card Slips and Guest Checks. A few dollars on the front end can save you HUNDREDS!

NOW CELEBRATING our 42nd YEAR!!!

THANK YOU to our wonderful customers, quality suppliers and incredible employees (thru the years) who have brought us into our 42nd YEAR! We are proud and honored to serve Central Florida and beyond. Our goal continues to be to provide our customers with quality products at discounted prices and offer the BEST in service!

 

 

 

American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Walk at Lake Eola with Florida Bancorp Supply Inc.

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We had an amazing time at the American Cancer Society’s Brest Cancer Walk in downtown Orlando at Lake Eola with our friends and family. We hope you can make it next time and support a great cause.


From the events webpage –
922 teams and 7,817 participants have raised $736,657.06

#OrlandoStrides is 70,000 Participants Strong!

You made the event on Saturday, October 29th at Lake Eola amazing! We are so thankful  for all your support, dedication, and passion to help us raise funds that are restricted to Breast Cancer Research, Programs, and Services!

If you were not able to turn in your donaitons, pick up your Survivor Shirts or your Participant Shirts for raising over $100 or more, please stop by the American Cancer Office this week to pick them up.

American Cancer Soicety Office
507 N. New York Avenue, Suite 100,
Winter Park.  407.843.8680.
Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM
(the entrance is at the back of building- look for the round about)  

 

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a celebration of survivorship – an occasion to express hope and our shared determination to make this breast cancer’s last century.

We believe that everyone with breast cancer should have support.

That’s why the American Cancer Society is so determined to be here for the survivors, the patients, the caregivers, and the millions saved through early detection.

Help raise funds for groundbreaking breast cancer research, life-saving education, and critical patient services by walking in the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Making Strides of Orlando.

Get ready to join more than one million volunteers nationwide. When you sign up, fundraise, and participate in one of our noncompetitive, three- to five-mile walks, you will be there to support every person affected by breast cancer.

We walk to make sure that anyone touched by this disease has a hand to hold. So give us yours by taking the first steps in supporting this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event.

You can start a team, or keep your team going. And keep raising awareness and donations.

Begin today! The sooner we start, the farther we’ll go.

Join us now.

http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/MakingStridesAgainstBreastCancer/MSABCCY16FL?pg=entry&fr_id=77280

Quality Toners and Ribbons from FBS

We offer the best in quality products for printers.

A toner cartridge, also called laser toner, is the consumable component of a laser printer. Toner cartridges contain toner powder, a fine, dry mixture of plastic particles, carbon, and black or other coloring agents that make the actual image on the paper. The toner is transferred to paper via an electrostatically charged drum unit, and fused onto the paper by heated rollers during the printing process.

A typewriter ribbon or ink ribbon is an expendable module serving the function of transferring pigment to paper in various devices for impact printing. Such ribbons were part of standard designs for hand- or motor-driven typewriters, teleprinters, stenotype machines, computer-driven printers and many mechanical calculators, before electronic alternatives replaced most of them.

The module consists of a length of a medium, either pigment-impregnated woven ribbon or pigment-coated polymer tape, and a transport mechanism involving two axles. At any given moment, most of the length of the medium is wound as a close-spaced spiral around one axle or the other, tight enough for friction among turns to make it behave mostly like a solid cylinder. Rotation of the axles moves the ribbon or tape after each impact and usually aids in maintaining tension along the roughly straight-line path of the medium between the axles. The module may itself include mechanisms that control the tension in the temporarily unwound portion of the medium.

source: wiki