Palm Bay, FL – July 11, 2018 – Visitors to public places, historical monuments or venues of special significance cherish their experience, and do not hesitate to make donations that are truly heartfelt. To make the occasion even more special, Surfix Donation Boxes are designed to add greater significance to the location with their aesthetic design and craftsmanship.
The case of an anonymous donor who left $10,000 at the 9/11 Memorial speaks volumes about how good people just want to do good. There is no shortage of good will, and all it takes is a great donation box that seriously sends out the good cause of the venue.
Surfix donation boxes come in pedestal, wall mount or desktop styles with or without the venue’s logos and engraved messages. The product offering includes museum quality acrylic donation boxes, suggestion boxes, lead box, comment boxes and collection boxes. Customization is available for wooden and acrylic boxes to add business cards, or pockets and holders for brochure or placards.
“Our specialty is customized fabrication, and we can customize any donation box to convey a theme. ‘Giving back is such an overused term, but people do know that great experiences have a cost and they look to find a way to contribute,” says Larry Smith of Surfix Inc.
When visitors stop at a venue or exhibit, the presence of a Surfix donation box goes a long way in ensuring that they are able to leave a meaningful contribution. Visitors often feel like leaving a donation right away, look out for a place that is intended to receive their contributions, and also check the amounts left by others. They also wish to know how the funds will be utilized. Surfix customers report visitors have left over $20K in donations in a season.
This explains why some venues go for as many as seven donation boxes, and new boxes are ordered as soon as the results are visible. Surfix specializes in tasteful and luxuriously styled donation boxes, with elegant looks, locked money drawers for safety, and beveled edges that look like glass. A removal box floor allows for ‘salting’ the floor to attract donations. All boxes stay in place and do not have screws that can be tampered with.
Surfix donation boxes can be found in over 500 locations across the US at museums, convention centers, animal shelters, libraries, monuments, heritage centers, parks and historical sites. Some of the notable clients of Surfix include the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace NHP, Boston National Historical Park, Carnegie Museum of National History, Harvard University, Delta Airlines, Lincoln Center, N.Y. Public Library, North Carolina Aquariums and Pasadena Humane Society.
For more information, please visit: www.donationboxes.net
Company Name: Surfix Inc.
Contact Person: Larry Smith
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Address:2835 Kirby Cir.
City: Palm Bay
State: FL, 32905
Country: United States