Call for Accountability
Jameco Electronics Release New Product CatalogJameco released its new electronic component catalog featuring the famous, gritty photograph Against the Wall by Dorothea Lange. Lange is known for her heart-wrenching portraits taken during the Great Depression. Captured in 1934, the catalog cover image draws attention to the hopelessness being re-experienced across America today.
Lange wrote that with Against The Wall she wanted "to take a picture of a man as he stood in his worldóin this case a man with his head down, his back against the wall, with his livelihood, like the wheel barrow, overturned."
Jameco takes the message a step further by highlighting that our economic woes are man-made and yet no one has been held accountable.
"Jameco is accountable to its employees, its vendors and, most of all, its customers," said Greg Harris, Vice President of Marketing. "We expect the best from our team and if they canít deliver, they are off the team. The American people should expect no less from their leaders."
While not specific to the electronic components industry, Jameco determined that it could use its voice to help motivate Americans to vote in the upcoming election.
The new catalog features an expanded selection of Power Supplies, Fans and Blowers, and Robotics and is available for free by visiting Jameco.com/freecatalog or by calling 1-800-831-4242.
About Jameco ElectronicsJameco Electronics is an electronic component distributor with facilities in Belmont, California. The company was founded in 1974 and its first catalog was published in 1978. Jameco is a franchise distributor for more than 150 different electronic component brands, plus, it's well-known for its price alternative house-brand and factory-overrun inventory.
Jameco's product line includes digital and analog semiconductors, interconnects, passives, electromechanical, power supplies, fans, prototype/design, test equipment and tools, and robotics. To get a free copy of the catalog, please visit https://www.jameco.com/freecatalog or call 1-800-831-4242.
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