September 2014

There’s a New Robot (Vacuum Cleaner) in Town

September 30, 2014

You know that you don’t have to vacuum that room, right? Technology has become so advanced in the 21st century that you can now have a robot handle this chore for you. There are numerous robotic vacuum cleaners available on the market, ranging in price between $100 and $500. All you have to do is […]

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Why Ultimate Mats is More Advanced Than BMW

September 30, 2014

No, the title is not a typo. This is a discussion about how Ultimate Mats, a floor protection product company that was founded in the twenty-first century, is ahead of the curve in relation to BMW, the storied automaker which will celebrate its 100th birthday in a couple of years. It’s not like Ultimate Mats […]

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Does Your Business Have $1.3 Million Lying Around?

September 30, 2014

Obviously, you try to keep your business safe for customers. After all, the last thing you want to do is to have them slip and fall while they are inside your shop or office. That’s never good for business, right? But you may be underestimating the impact of what could happen if a slip-and-fall accident […]

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Cute Photo Collection: Pets and Their Mats

September 30, 2014

This probably wasn’t on your calendar, but September 14 of this year was National Pet Memorial Day. This little-known occasion was created so that people all over the world could take time to remember their beloved pets who have passed on. Ultimate Mats recognizes the value of the companionship and unconditional love that pets provide […]

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A Long List of Where to Use Long Floor Mats

September 30, 2014

Floor mats come in a wide range of shapes. But the ones that people are most familiar with are the basic rectangle, the square, and the single-oval shapes. However, many situations don’t call for a floor mat that has a “traditional” shape. In fact, there are plenty of indoor areas which would be best served […]

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Taking the Ice Bucket Challenge? Here are Some Cool Suggestions

September 15, 2014

Just when you thought that you saw all of the crazy stuff that was out their on the Web, now comes a bunch of videos of people dumping ice and water on their heads and bodies. What has grown to be known as the “Ice Bucket Challenge” has gone ultra-viral across the globe. And not […]

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Is a ‘No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service’ Policy Really Necessary?

September 13, 2014

In America today, almost every single workplace has some sort of dress code for employees. The most common category is “business casual,” though some offices still require suits and dresses. Very, very few businesses will let you get away without a shirt and/or footwear – except for maybe a surf shop employee or a swimming […]

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Ultimate Mats Gift Certificates: Ideal Gifts for Business Owners!

September 12, 2014

Can you believe that we’re already two-thirds of the way through 2014? You know what that means: the holiday season will be here before you know it. Some people on your gift-giving list are fairly easy to buy for. For kids, you can just get them an age-appropriate toy. Ladies tend to appreciate jewelry or […]

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The Media Prestige of ‘Prestige’

September 5, 2014

Prestige. It means “the power to impress or influence,” or “a reputation based on high achievement.” Which is why it’s an appropriate word for Ultimate Mats’ newest member of the logo mat family. In Hollywood and other moviemaking circles, the word “prestige” has been used in many ways, and not just as a descriptor of […]

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What Does Clay Aiken Have to do with Floor Mats?

September 4, 2014

If you’ve been following this blog, you’ve discovered how floor mats are related not only to cleanliness, but also to safety and productivity. But here’s an interesting question: what do floor mats have to do with musical artists? You’re about to find out. Meet Clay Aiken Our story begins in 2003 on the popular Fox […]

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