We are serious about lockers, but love a good laugh
Boston,MA (PRWEB) January 26, 2012
A Plus Warehouse is pleased to announce the release of the lockers and Locker Room Lunacy Inforgraphic. The purpose of this infographic is to entertain A Plus Warehouse customers and the entire blogosphere. Industrial distribution focusing on lockers can be drab at times, so when A Plus Warehouse can exercise a corporate sense of humor, they do!
The underlying purpose is to show customers that A Plus Warehouse knows lockers and they are ready to help with any locker requirement. A Plus Warehouse provides quality lockers from Hallowell, Penco, Edsal, Stronghold, Parent Metal, Pucel and other as well. When a locker is needed, A Plus Warehouse is there to help.
According to Ed Stairman, President of A Plus Warehouse, “Our customers know we are serious about our lockers. I think customers will appreciate that there is always room for a little humor.” Of course, Mr. Stairman has a valid point. Laughter makes life that much more pleasant. Here are some of the highlights (or lowlights in some cases) of the piece.
In 1998, Ryan Leaf needed to be restrained by his teammate Junior Seau as Leaf was yelling at San Diego Union reporter Jay Posner. Of course the Jerry Sandusky story is quite a bit darker with allegations of 40 charges against Sandusky. Sometimes chivalry dies in the locker room.
Even the New England Patriots had some locker room trouble in 1990 when tight end Zeke Mowatt harassed Boston Herald reporter Lisa Olson. Hazing and other shenanigans happen in college and high school locker rooms all over the country, and likely the entire world. To the extent that locker room brawls and bullying may result in additional locker sales, A Plus Warehouse has cognitive dissonance. No one wants to see bullying, but if bullies destroy lockers, there is a sale to be made! Even Jay Z got into some locker room trouble by visiting the Wildcats in an NCAA tournament. This ran afoul of NBA rules, and resulted in a $50,000 fine.
Business is serious, but it is nice to have an occasional diversion. Ed Stairman hopes that the public enjoys the infographic and that people re-publish it on any website. Information should be made widely available, especially if it may make some folks smile.
About A Plus Warehouse:
A Plus Warehouse when not publishing humorous infographics is in the very serious business of providing quality lockers to schools and industry. Contact A Plus Warehouse at 800-209-8798 or visit the website.
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