Inland Celebrates 75 Years: Our Past, Our Present, and Our Future - Part 2
June is Inland's anniversary and 2019 marks our 75th year in business! During June we took the time to reflect on our past. In the second part of our anniversary blog series we cover the Jack Glendenning Era.
Jack joined Inland shortly after it was moved to the Midwest. He held various roles within the company and saw the potential for growth in Inland's future.
His vision was focused on growth for customers, employees, and communities. Throughout the Jack era, Inland invested in 5 pieces of equipment, a combination of offset and gravure presses. Then, in 1992, inland broke ground on a third facility in La Crosse.
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Name: Ashley Tischer Sacia
Position: Account Services Manager
Location: La Crosse, WI
How long have you been with Inland?
I worked for Inland for six years from 2011-2017. I then left for about two years to gain experience in another industry as well as complete my MBA. I have now been back for about three months and am absolutely thrilled to be back!
What is your favorite product that Inland produces?
Injection-Mold Stadium Cup Labels. I always enjoy seeing them at sporting events or stores and explaining to people that they are actually labels molded to plastic. I usually get a surprised expression back. A close second would be New Glarus labels as they are my favorite Wisconsin based brewery.
What's your favorite part of your job?
The people. Inland has always been exceptional at finding people that equally support and challenge one another. I have found this to be an extremely unique trait that has helped me personally grow in my career.
Who inspires you?
My mother, she was the strongest, most driven and hardest working woman I knew.
Where's your favorite place in the world?
The Terrace at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. It is always filled with fun and laughter and is where I have some of my best memories.
What's the craziest thing you've ever done?
Snorkeled with sharks on a coral reef in Belize.