From childcare solutions to helping team members get outdoors, this Traverse City company is putting human connection and resources first— knowing company growth will follow.
With a ‘terrifying’ future laid out in front of the business, TentCraft pivoted to save lives at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Splitting the cost into thirds with Tri-Share allows one TentCraft employee to send his youngest daughter to pre-kindergarten five days per week at a lower cost.
Grand format printing is an essential piece of the event space as seamless prints are preferred to achieve a polished, clean finish. Nearly all of TentCraft’s business is completed by digital print and all of that is grand format for textiles.
The PTAC collaborated with TentCraft’s supply chain manager and sales team and provided support and technical assistance including connections to a wide variety of information and resources. In 2020, the PTAC recorded nearly 100 hours of counseling time assisting TentCraft
When demand for its custom-printed tents disappeared, Traverse City, Michigan's TentCraft quickly found an entirely new customer base.
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Two Traverse City companies are working together to offer drive-through COVID-19 testing centers that would include the tent to house staff and the software that would facilitate testing and samples that would be sent to laboratories to determine if the person tested has coronavirus.