Kay-Twelve Awarded The Arizona State Contract

Kay-Twelve Awarded The Arizona State Contract

Kay-Twelve is proud to announce we have been awarded the Arizona State Contract starting September 1, 2018. With a focus on Creating Better Learning Environments, Kay-Twelve is looking forward to making a positive impact on Arizona schools.

"I moved here last year because I felt like there was an opportunity for us to help Arizona schools." says Kay-Twelve CEO Kevin Stoller. "It is a unique environment with well established charter schools and a commitment from the state to improve public education. We feel like the time is right to improve the reputation of Arizona schools and show the commitment to the students and families in the state. Being awarded this state contract removes any barriers for schools to work with us and benefit from the Kay-Twelve Proven Process that has been implemented with hundreds of schools around the country."

On the Arizona State Contract, ADSPO18-211717 for Furniture, Products and Services, Kay-Twelve will be able to offer the following manufacturers:
  • Krueger International (KI)
  • NorvaNivel
  • Scholar Craft
  • Alumni Classroom Furniture
  • MooreCo Products
  • Hann Manufacturing
  • Safco Products
  • Haskell
  • Jonti-Craft
Kay-Twelve's experience in supporting a diverse group of state contracts for school and office furniture helps us understand the intricacies of this particular market. We pride ourselves on our ability to care and listen to your needs, so that we can appropriately suggest the suitable mix of furniture that meets or exceeds your expectations and stays within your budget.                                                                                                                                                            
To learn more about this contract or schedule a meeting with a Kay-Twelve representative, please reach out to us at 888-624-5451, start a Live Chat, or email us at support@kay-twelve.com.                                                                                                                                                                                       

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