We enjoyed exhibiting at the vibrant and always informative American Institute of Conservation Annual Meeting in Philadelphia May 31 – June 3. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and visited our booth. We found the meeting engaging and we met a lot of great people. Here’s hoping everyone had as much fun as we did! […]
We’re pleased to announce the opening of Making Connecticut, an exhibit at the Connecticut Historical Society. SmallCorp provided all the manufacturing and installation, and we’re proud to say it came out quite well. Learn more at www.chs.org
Due to the winter storm that’s currently blanketing western Massachusetts, SmallCorp will be closed Wednesday, February 2d, 2011. Please bear with us; we expect to be back in action on Thursday. Thank you for your patience.
We recently added a page to our website where we will offer excess inventory at bargain basement prices. Please take a look, we’ll be updating it with new offerings on a regular basis.
We’ve updated our catalog. Please download Volume 12 at SmallCorp.com or contact us for a paper copy.
We’ll be closing December 23rd at 11:30 AM, and re-opening Dec 27th at 8 AM. We’ll also be closed December 31st. We wish you a safe and happy holiday season.
We haven’t moved, but our mailing address has changed. Our mail is now delivered to our physical address – 19 Butternut Street, Greenfield, MA 01301. Note that there’s a different zipcode, too. Thanks for updating your records, and Happy Holidays! (as you can see, we got our first snow last night)
In order for us to ship picture frame orders by December 20, 2010, we will need to have your orders entered in our system no later than Wednesday, November 24th at noon EST. Please help us get everyone’s holiday orders filled in a timely manner – order early!
We recently opened our business to interested visitors as a part of the Green Buildings Open House Tour, part of the ASES National Solar Tour, through our association with NESEA, the New England Sustainable Energy Association. Thanks to all who attended.
SmallCorp completed installation of Nueva York, a joint presentation of the New York Histiorical Society and El Museo del Barrio in early September. This intriguing exhibition reveals the powerful role that Latinos and Spanish-speaking countries have played over three centuries to help shape New York into the most culturally vibrant city in the world. John Esposito Design Studio […]