EverWhite is a division of Glenroy, Inc., a family-owned company with a tradition of excellence since 1965.
Glenroy developed the unique EverWhite dry erase surface in 1999. The market received the product well and sales of EverWhite whiteboards and resurfacing panels experienced exponential growth. Today, EverWhite has grown to include a 77,000 square feet production facility and a variety of high-quality visual communications products. EverWhite always uses high-quality materials, made with genuine craftsmanship in the heartland of America.
Our products include lifetime guaranteed whiteboards, dry erase resurfacing panels, bulletin boards, printed dry erase boards, combination dry erase/bulletin boards, and accessories. Click here to visit our online store.
We are committed to:
- We have a history of repeat customers, and much of our business is generated through word-of-mouth because customers appreciate our value-added products and unparalleled customer service. We listen to our customers, and respond to their needs by creating unique products that solve problems. For instance, we were the first to offer self-adhesive dry erase resurfacing panels, which eliminated the need for messy glues during installation. We also provide quick turnaround times and distribute directly to you without the use of a middleman, so you receive factory-direct pricing.
- For decades, Glenroy has been dedicated to preserving the environment through emissions reduction, energy conservation, waste reduction, and lean production techniques. We strive to ensure that our manufacturing operations have as little impact as possible on the environment.
For example, we recycle approximately one ton of paper every two months, and approximately 250,000 pounds of wood pallets, sideboard, and packaging every year.
- Our company has supported many organizations and charities including Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, American Heart Association, Hope House of Milwaukee, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Milwaukee Rescue Mission, American Red Cross, Ronald McDonald House, Multiple Sclerosis Society and the YMCA.