Our Head Office will be closed on Monday, February 13th for BC Family Day.
Family Day was originally created to give people time to spend with their families but it also provides a day off between New Year’s Day and Good Friday as they are approximately three months apart. Family Day is not a National Statutory Holiday, it is only observed in Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan and in British Columbia. Family Day is celebrated on the 3rd Monday of February except in BC where it’s the 2nd Monday of February.
Common Family Day activities include skating, playing hockey, snowboarding, skiing and going to various winter festivals.
As many of you already know we were hit by an extended period of snow and ice on the West Coast of Canada.
During this time many of our competitors failed to keep up with the demand, which resulted in lead times ranging in the weeks and sometimes months.
However, we were able to ensure all of our customers received their icemelter and were also able to secure many new customers as well. You can be rest assured that all our warehouses will remain well stocked throughout the winter, no matter the weather conditions.
We’ve recently completed a LEED letter which clearly states the LEED compliance standards along with their ice melt recommendations.
Click on the image below, or download the XYNYTH LEED letter here.
Lucy and Snoopy are totally safe with GroundWorks Natural Icemelter™. It is completely safe for use around children and pets. It is one of the safest icemelters on the market. So when the safety of the four-legged members of your family counts, choose GroundWorks™. Ask for it at your local retailer today, or go to http://xynyth.com/products-tabs/GNI/groundworks-natural.html for more information.
XYNYTH Manufacturing, wishing you all the best this Holiday Season.
XYNYTH’s Head Office will be closed:
Monday, Dec 26th
Tuesday, Dec 27th
Monday, Jan 2nd, 2017
XYNYTH Honors Remembrance Day.
Our Office will be closed on Friday, Nov. 11th, for Remembrance Day. All orders will be processed on Monday, Nov. 14th.
Canadians recognize Remembrance Day (Veterans Day in the United States), as an opportunity to recall all those brave men and women who have served in the nation’s defense. Many people wear poppies before and on Remembrance Day to show their respect and support for Canadian troops.