Atlantic City Linen Supply Inc

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Atlantic City Linen Supply Inc
Atlantic City Linen Supply Inc is listed in the Linen Supply Service category in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Displayed below is the only current social network for Atlantic City Linen Supply Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Atlantic City Linen Supply Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 70.

Contact information for Atlantic City Linen Supply Inc is:
18 N New Jersey Ave
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
(609) 345-5888
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Atlantic City Linen Supply shared AC Linen: Workplace Wellness's photo.
At AC Linen in Norwich, CT --
We had a dietician visit our plant in Norwich, CT today to talk to the employees about nutrition. She will be back again next week!

Atlantic City Linen Supply shared AC Linen: Workplace Wellness's photo.
Our Company-wide Biggest Loser is off to a great start!
Week 3 Results are in! We have 17 people who have lost more than 10 lbs in the first 3 weeks of the contest. Keep it up! 5 weeks to go!

Atlantic City Linen Supply shared AC Linen: Workplace Wellness's photo.
Our Biggest Loser participants have lost a total of over 650 lbs in the first 2 weeks of the contest. Great work everyone!!

Atlantic City Linen Supply added 2 new photos.
Kick-off events start tomorrow for our company-wide weight loss contest. Thanks to Lucky Dog Custom Apparel for the awesome work on our t-shirts!

Atlantic City Linen Supply shared The Day's post.
The state would save $15 million in the first year if it could "get poor people out" of prison, Malloy said. It costs $168 a day to incarcerate somebody. He added that the savings has already been worked into the budget, so if the legislation doesn't pass, "Our budget is out of whack."
Norwich — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy stepped off his tour of the Atlantic City Linen Supply Company Thursday to ask a group of five women who