one order between $200-$900, call for details
UPDATE 9/18/12 - Many smaller same day orders are going out today.
UPDATE 9/17/12 - Warehouse staff put in a full weekend of work and we are proud to notify you that we are nearly caught up. We should be back on track by mid week.
We have moved the warehouse and are back to shipping. Due to the downtime, we are backlogged with orders, a good problem to have. Warehouse staff is working feverishly to complete orders as quickly as possible. Thanks for your patience, YOUR ORDER IS ON THE WAY! Contact our customer service department to check the status.
Our pick and pack warehouse is moving to a shiny NEW space this week. The move is an effort to cut costs and consolidate print on demand department with pick and pack. We also saw this move as a perfect opportunity to reorganize the warehouse and make the operation more efficient. All prints will be getting a new shelf in a more engineered slot for faster picking. Best sellers will be moved to the front and collections shelved together, artists will be in order whenever possible. Old prints are closed out to make way for new and exciting works.
This move does not come without a price though, expect delays as we are not shipping 9/6-9/7 and the following week will be limited. Please contact the customer service department for more info and to check on your orders. Lets hope all goes smoothly, see you on the other side.
Power is back on and we are shipping today! All employees came to work with boots on, mop buckets in hand ready to pitch in and get the place cleaned up. I am amazed at the progress. Some rooms are nearly back to normal and in some cases cleaner than before. Orders will still be backed up for a few days but we are doing our best to catch up.
The entire company worked hard to clean the building. Here Gordon Black proudly stands with Bruce and Angela McGaw.
Clean up crews worked day and night to remove the sediment deposited by the flooding. Here a bobcat clears our shipping entrance.
Due to tropical storm Irene, McGaw Graphics will be partially closed until later this week. Our main office, warehouse and manufacturing facility sustained flooding and has been without power since Sunday. You can still reach our customer service team in Orangeburg at 888.4BMcGaw to place an order and receive updates. The inventory has not been effected by the damage and we should be shipping later this week, we will keep you posted as more information is known. Thank you for your patience through this time.
Our Driveway turned into a riverbed as water erroded the blacktop down to one lane.
View from back of the building. You can see the water line was over 2 feet high. Plenty of standing water 24 hrs after rain stopped.
View from out our shipping door, dubbed McGaw beach.
Bruce McGaw's office after water receded, the mud and silt remains.
One of our hallways looks more like a muddy stream.
View out a door, notice the large sand bar covering the sidewalk. A pallet in view was dragged a couple hundred yards away.