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G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M 2 0 2 1 J U L Y G R A P H I C S P R O 7 5 happened in 2020 with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. But because of creativity and quick thinking, the busi- ness has been able to survive the tough times. "Lately we have used our CNC router to make PPE equipment and prod- ucts," explains Kenny. "2020 was a tre- mendously trying year as most of our customers simply disappeared for a few months. Fortunately our great staff came together and came up with new and dif- ferent products to help solve new and dif- ferent problems for our customers." And even though it might seem like all is dark and dreary when it comes to the pandemic discussion, there has been some light for many businesses, Walker Companies included. "I think by be- ing forced to consider new products and ideas, we have grown, and our staff now knows they can think out of the box and solve new and different problems," Kenny believes. SMOOTH AND STEADY But even with all the change, all the ups and downs, all the pivoting, there are a few things that Walker Companies still does the same, and that has to do with quality. "We offer quality products (and) fast efficient service at a fair price," Kenny states. And that quality extends far beyond just their products. "We are proud of our reputation for great cus- tomer service and standing behind our products 100%." One thing they also continue to do the same is to be creative. Kenny loves the fact that they continue to receive custom- er projects that are both fun and chal- lenging. "We enjoy creating new prod- ucts that find solutions for our custom- ers," he adds. "It's always exciting to of- fer a one-of-a-kind product created just for them."

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