Detroit — Michigan Office Solutions, a provider of office and 3D printing technology, is celebrating its move to Detroit by launching a contest to benefit local nonprofits.
The Grand Rapids-based company, which is a subsidiary of Xerox Co, will be opening a new location at 1001 Woodward Ave. at the corner of Woodward and Michigan avenues. More than two dozen staffers moved into 23-story building owned by Bedrock Real Estate Services late last month. The 4,374 square-foot space will give the company a technology showcase area and room to expand.
“We are thrilled to be a part of Detroit’s remarkable resurgence, honored and excited to contribute to the downtown movement,” said Ralph Slider, president of MOS. “Our new downtown Detroit office will not only positively contribute to the dynamic transformation of Detroit, it will allow us to service the needs of our current customers.”
In 2014, MOS was named the official print partner of the Detroit Red Wings.
As part of its move downtown, MOS will hold its first annual Make My NonProfit Run Better contest. The contest is open to nonprofits in Detroit and will provide three winning organizations with more than $50,000 in office technology and equipment. The deadline to enter is Saturday. More details are available on www.mos-xerox.com/detroit.