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One Stop Janitorial & Office Supply opens

Rochester Business Journal
March 21, 2014

One Stop Janitorial & Office Supply Inc. held a grand opening Friday. It is the second local business started by CEO Angella Luyk.

Luyk also runs Midnight Janitorial Inc., which provides cleaning services for small and midsize offices.

The opening marks the rebranding and growth of a business Luyk started two years ago, formerly called One Stop Janitorial & Carpet Supply. It operated at the Genesee Regional Market.

The newly built 6,000-square-foot building in Scottsville includes a store, offices and warehouse. The building also houses Midnight Janitorial, which Luyk began in 2005 and has 63 employees.

One Stop provides auto-inventory tracking and delivery. That means business owners or managers work with Luyk to set levels for usage, whether it be cleaning or copier supplies, and One Stop delivers it.

She and her staff then gauge usage habits and numbers and the next time the supplies are automatically ordered and delivered.
 
"We're selling you your time back," Luyk said. "In the time it takes you to make just one supplies run, you could have written a blog, read a leadership article or made a phone call."
 
Customers may also purchase supplies by phone, email or in person.

Luyk has been named Small Business Association Person of the Year, as well as New York State Employer of the Year and winner of the national American Business Ethics Award. She serves as president of the Rochester Women’s Network.

(c) 2014 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or e-mail service@rbj.net.
 


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