Parsippany, N.J. - PNY Technologies will celebrate its 25
anniversary with a series of product specials, Facebook giveaways and company celebrations.
PNY began in 1985 in Brooklyn, N.Y., as PNY Electronics, a "basement operation" that bought and sold memory chips, the company said. It moved to its current headquarters in 1997.
"The PNY brand has consistently been synonymous with quality and affordability, and as a company we are very fortunate to have reached this milestone," said Tony Gomez, sales and marketing VP at PNY. "It is quite an accomplishment to be in business for a quarter of a century. This landmark achievement represents PNY's resilience in an ever-changing and highly competitive industry, and only lays the foundation for a more prosperous future in the market."
The "Think Pink" promotional week began yesterday in support of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation. PNY said it will host a variety of activities, raffles and giveaways to support the cause. Also, the company will donate 50 cents for every PNY Pink Ribbon AttachÃ© flash drive sold.