Wendy Drayton tours Cetis headquarters, and shares hospitality industry insights.
Carper Company principal, Wendy Drayton, visited with the Cetis team at Cetis headquarters in Colorado Springs this week. "It was very nice to meet all the people who work for Cetis behind the scenes, including the production team and the shipping team", Wendy reported. "Our companies complement each other well, which is why we've been selling Cetis telephones and to hotels, motels, hospitals and other businesses since 1995. We don't just sell products, but seek to provide valuable services, at the best price, including customizing telephone faceplates from start to finish", she concludes.
Stylish: having style specifically: conforming to current fashion.
From classic to contemporary, basic to bold, and standard to stylish, Cetis offers a full range of hotel phones to meet your design and feature requirements. Choose Teledex D Series with built-in USB charging ports, or make a bold statement with Teledex M Series or TeleMatrix 3300 Series. Looking for a contemporary room phone that saves space on the nightstand or desk, choose Teledex E Series. Click here to view our Teledex, TeleMatrix, and Scitec brand telephone model selection guides, and to request a quotation for your next property renovation or new construction project.
Choose from 7 standard or custom color handset insert options.
Beautifully engineered TeleMatrix 3300 Series phones are available in single and two-line analog and VoIP corded configurations with 7 optional standard handset accent colors, a convenient PassThrough RJ45 Ethernet port, and patented OneTouch voice mail retrieval. Choose matching 3300TRM trimline for bathroom and common area applications. Click here for product details, or here to request a quotation.
You still have time to help our friends without an address.
Over the past weekend Cetis, Inc. participated in the annual C-U at Home One Winter Night event in Champaign, Illinois. This event is a powerful opportunity to raise awareness for our friends without an address, and experience what it might be like to be outside, overnight, in the coldest part of a Central Illinois winter. Box dwellers from all walks of life commit to spending 12 hours outside in a cardboard box, along Neil Street in downtown Champaign. Cetis Assistant Marketing Manager, Adam McMullen, was on site working with the street team to pass out information and build a buzz for the event. Adam said, “The turnout was great! The real MVP in this situation are the people who spent 12 hours out there in a box, and committed to raising $1,000 each for the cause. I was out there from about 8pm – 10pm and it was already freezing cold when I left.” In addition to the outdoor activities, C-U at Home had a full schedule of guest speakers from around the community educating and informing people on other ways to be an advocate. C-U at Home engages and mobilizes the Champaign-Urbana community to house and support the most vulnerable homeless on their journey of healing and restoration. This was their 3rd annual event and at this time they are very close to reaching their goal of raising $200,000. Click here to contribute and find more ways to volunteer in the future.