Educational Art Program at New Britain Museum

New Britain Museum of American Art – Family Open Studios Here at the New Britain Museum of American Art, we have a wide variety of educational programs catering to children and adults of all ages. With the opening of our new … Read More



Focused Fitness Comes to S&S

In my first week on the job at S&S Worldwide, I was invited to a presentation by Focused Fitness. CEO Karen Cowan and COO Ron Malm started by sharing with us their vision, which is the same as ours; to … Read More


Buddy Bench for Bully Awareness

Back in October, S&S donated a Buddy Bench to the Colchester Elementary School in honor of Bully Prevention month. We wanted to continue spreading awareness by sharing the meaning behind the Buddy Bench, and acknowledging that friendship can be encouraged throughout the … Read More


Parachute Play at S&S Worldwide

Looking at a parachute, you would probably think it’s not much more than some fabric sewn together. What if you could turn a parachute into a magical experience and engage even the most resistant person in the room? Brian Armstrong … Read More


New Product Trade Show

I recently joined the team at S&S in September in the role of Web Merchandising Manager, which means any time a new product is added to our inventory, the paperwork passes my desk to be added to the web. I … Read More


Youth Futures in Israel – Community Support

Last month, S&S Worldwide donated craft kits and classroom supplies to the Youth Futures program in Afula. These supplies will help students in the program as well as adult immigrants in Israel at Ulpans, or schools, where they are taught … Read More


Vin Pescosolido, Nominated for CFO of the Year

When many people think of a Chief Financial Officer, they imagine an executive responsible for crunching numbers and squeezing budgets to get the most out of an organization’s financials. These days CFOs are so much more than that. They are … Read More


A Super (Hero) Customer Service Week

Once a year we have the pleasure of celebrating one of the toughest jobs out there: customer service! As we all know, our front line employees deal with the great, the good, and the ugly that comes with the territory. That’s … Read More


An Active Game of Hungry Hungry Hippos

While I was speaking to one of my customers, they had mentioned an awesome game that they started playing within their Physical Education classes. A life-size version of the game Hungry Hungry Hippos! The activity follows the idea of the … Read More


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