ProMail celebrates grand opening

Posted 12/11/19

On Thursday, Nov. 14, leadership and staff from ProMail and Cranston Mayor Allan Fung officially celebrated ProMail’s Cranston-based grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new location …

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ProMail celebrates grand opening

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On Thursday, Nov. 14, leadership and staff from ProMail and Cranston Mayor Allan Fung officially celebrated ProMail’s Cranston-based grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new location at 50 Sharpe Drive.

ProMail is a Rhode Island nonprofit corporation and business of The Providence Center Social Ventures Inc. It provides bulk mailing and fulfillment services to more than 150 businesses and government agencies each year. Its mission is to provide job training and vocational opportunities to people who have barriers to employment.

ProMail currently employs 15 members from The Providence Center. It also houses the Care New England printing services. In total, the new facility has 12,000 square feet of work space.

Pictured during the ribbon-cutting ceremony are Steve Silvia, vice president of supply chain for Care New England; Jill Tavares, director of The Providence Center’s Social Venture ProMail and Care New England; Fung; Owen Heleen, vice president of strategy and grants for The Providence Center; and Deborah O’Brien, RN, MPA, president and chief operating officer of The Providence Center.

(Herald photo by Steve Popiel)

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