Look for SpaceBound Solutions at the 2019 Ohio Business Matchmaker event! It’s at the The Nutter Center at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio on Monday,  April 22nd and Tuesday, April 23rd! 

We would look forward to meeting you there!  If you email Tammy Burnett at:  - she can set up a time to meet with you on Monday during the 'Business Networking Event' from 5pm to 7pm.  Or, on Tuesday during the 'Unscheduled Matchmaking' activity times, from:  10:30am to Noon and 2:30pm to 4pm.

At the NEOTD - Cleveland Tech Conference on April 11th, 2019, attendees will learn about the current state of trending technologies and what the future holds for them. Attendees will get to participate in interactive panel discussions - plus, see the latest tech products on display and IT services showcased in the exhibitor area. Business and school decision makers will learn how they can integrate these solutions into their organization's tech landscape.

Cleveland, OH, January 02, 2019 --( SpaceBound Solutions presents the 2019 NEOTD Tech Conference at Lorain County Community College on April 11, 2019.

At the NEOTD tech conference, attendees will learn about the current state of trending technologies and what the future holds for them.

Attendees will get to participate in interactive panel discussions - plus, see the latest tech products on display and IT services showcased in the exhibitor area.

Businesses and school decision makers will learn how they can integrate these solutions into their organization's tech landscape.

This annual event is Free to attend but space is limited, Attendees must reserve their spot at the event - Please Register at:

To view full Press Release, click here

AuthorBrett H.

SpaceBound Solutions will be in the DC-MD-VA area in August 2018, attending events at George Mason University’s Arlington, Virginia campus. 

On August 2, 2018, we’ll be exhibiting at the U.S. Department of State – Small Business Networking Session.  Look the SpaceBound Solutions booth between 10:45am and 3:00pm Eastern Time.  Our representatives are looking forward to meeting one-on-one with Department of State and Prime Contractor Representatives. 

On August 16, 2018, we’ll be attending The Summer National Small Business Federal Contracting Summit.  We will be walking around this event and attending sessions between 7:30am and 4:00pm.

To schedule a meeting before, during or after either of these events, please email us at


U.S. Department of State – Small Business Networking Session
Thursday, August 2, 2018
10:45am – 3:00pm EST

George Mason University – Arlington, VA Campus
3351 Fairfax Drive, Founders Hall
Arlington, VA 22201

The Summer National Small Business Federal Contracting Summit
Thursday, August 16, 2018
7:30am – 4:00pm EST

George Mason University – Arlington, VA Campus
3351 Fairfax Drive, Founders Hall
Arlington, VA 22201

AuthorBrett Hanuschak

On April 19th, 2018, SpaceBound Solutions proudly presented the 2018 NEOTD Tech Symposium at the Lorain County Community College Spitzer Center. The annual event invited Businesses, Government Agencies and Schools to take part in a day full of breakout sessions, vendor meet-and-greets and live demonstrations from the tech industry’s top professionals. 

The event was held from 1-5pm and featured presentations on topics like Cyber Security, Networking, Project Based Learning and STEM.  The final presentation of the day showcased a Tech Panel featuring 5 Tech and Security experts, including Dan Faltisco, a 10+ year Cyber Security Veteran. The panel answered tech questions submitted by attendees of the event.


In between presentations, attendees were given the opportunity to meet face-to-face with vendors to learn more about today’s top technology products, services and solutions that can help them improve their organization’s tech landscape. 

To view video presentations of the event, photos and much more, check out the NEOTD 2018 Recap page by clicking here.

To contact a representative, or for more information about the products, services or solutions featured at the symposium, visit

AuthorBrett Hanuschak is hosting its annual Tech Symposium on April 19th, 2018 (1pm-5pm) at LCCC Campus - Spitzer Center - Elyria, Ohio. This free event for Businesses, Schools, Libraries and Government Agencies will feature presentations from the tech industry's top professionals covering topics like Cyber Security - plus, the latest tech products and services. Attendees will be able to interact with experienced tech industry experts and participate in panel discussions.

Lagrange, OH, January 18, 2018 --( is proud to host its 2018 Tech Symposium, on April 19th, 2018 (1pm-5pm) at the LCCC Campus - Spitzer Center in Elyria, Ohio. This free, one-day event is for people who play a role in their organization's tech environment.

This annual symposium is a must-attend event for any company, school, library or government agency who wants to improve their tech infrastructure. People interested in attending can reserve their spot and register at:

Presentations and Breakout Sessions from the industry's top professionals will give attendees insight and advice on critical topics such as cyber security - plus, see the latest technology products and services. There will also be panel discussions, where attendees can interact with experienced experts.

For more information on this Symposium on 4/19/2018, and to Register to reserve a spot, visit:


Full Press Release:


AuthorBrett Hanuschak

SpaceBound Solutions will be an exhibitor at the Business Expo 2017 on November 2, 2017.  The Expo is hosted by the Lorain Commerce Chamber of Commerce.  The SpaceBound Solutions team looks forward to showcasing their Corporate  Security Products and Services, Backup and Recovery Products, Digital Displays Products and much more.

Expo Location: Tom’s Country Place on Thursday – November 2nd 2017 – from  3:00pm-7:00pm Eastern Time.

For more information on all of the products and Service SpaceBound Solutions offers for businesses, visit:


AuthorBrett Hanuschak
Jessica Ralph

Jessica Ralph

Lagrange, Ohio – March 16, 2017: Keystone High School Senior, Jessica Ralph has been selected to receive a $500 Technology Scholarship by SpaceBound Solutions for her achievements in this year's Scholastic Art Awards.

As testament to her stellar work, all of Ms. Ralph’s artwork was accepted for the exhibit.  Additionally, she also received Gold Keys, a Silver Key, and two Honorable Mentions.  “This was great accomplishment  considering there were 1,189 total entries that were submitted – clearly demonstrating her artistic and creative talent.“ said SpaceBound, Inc. CEO Patricia Miller.

Jessica Ralph’s Gold Key works were then submitted for national-level review by judges in the industry. Ms. Ralph is now a National Medal finalist at a future Ceremony to be held at Carnegie Hall in New York City. 

Lorain Community College’s Stocker Art Gallery in Elyria, Ohio displayed Ms. Ralph’s work from January 17th through February 19, 2017.

We are pleased to recognize Jessica’s achievement with a $500 Technology Scholarship she can use to spend at, towards technology products that may help during college.” said Patricia Miller, CEO of SpaceBound, Inc. – the Parent Company of  “SpaceBound is proud to support our local community and students at Keystone schools, where we recognize students are tomorrow’s leaders.” 

Jessica Ralph will be attending The Ohio State University in the Fall of 2017, where she plans on pursuing a double major in Biology and Psychology.


AuthorBrett Hanuschak
CategoriesNews and Press

On a sunny day approaching the end of the school year, five classes of first graders made their way to the main entrance of SpaceBound, Inc. to begin their tour of the facility.

Inside SpaceBound Headquarters in LaGrange, Ohio, southwest of Cleveland - the employees could hear the voices from the curious first graders walking around the building. The CEO and CIO lead five groups of first graders around the facility throughout the day. They toured everything from the conference room – getting to sit at the large table, to the offices, the company kitchen, the warehouse, shipping operations and many more areas.

It was all in an effort for local Keystone first graders to visit employers in Lagrange and learn about products and services. The test commute for the future workers was a short one, since it was just down the street from their school on Opportunity Way.

The employees mentioned how great it was to hear sounds of curious kids asking questions about what Spacebound does.

The CEO Patricia Miller and CIO Anthony Saliba explained that while SpaceBound may not build Rockets (a usual question from adults too) or have a future space mission planned (big in the tech sector: think Blue Origin, SpaceX, etc) – Ms. Miller mentioned to the children: “our mission is being a global supplier and service provider to businesses, schools, libraries, government agencies and retail shoppers.” To help the kids visualize some of the products SpaceBound sells – they were able to see firsthand the tech gadgets and more on the warehouse shelves.

As the children left, each child was given a useful gadget, a kid-sized combination night light/lantern to take with them. CEO Patricia Miller said: “we look forward to future visits from new first graders in 2017 and Keystone children from other grades too.” And, as the 2016-2017 school year approaches, Miller challenged businesses to get involved and take the time to feed a child’s imagination and curiosity.

AuthorBrett Hanuschak
CategoriesSpaceBound Inc.

Company was proud to hold event at its corporate headquarters

LaGrange, Ohio – April 14, 2016 - SpaceBound, Inc. was proud to host another LifeShare Blood Drive at its corporate headquarters in LaGrange, Ohio.

The Blood Mobile visited the SpaceBound campus on Wednesday – April 13, 2016.

“The need for blood in Northeast Ohio is at an emergency status. Every time someone donates blood, they can help save the lives of three people. It was heartwarming to see so many members of our team participate.  Plus, the big truck sitting in our parking lot was a great way to not only remind people to give blood but raise awareness about of all of the positive benefits of giving blood” said CEO Patricia Miller.

The event saw a great turnout with the SpaceBound team taking the time out of their busy schedules to give much needed blood to a critical cause.

LifeShare Community Blood Services, based out of Elyria, Ohio is a community-focused nonprofit organization committed to providing safe and adequate blood and blood component supply for patient healthcare in Northeast Ohio.

About SpaceBound, Inc. - Founded in 1987, SpaceBound, Inc. is a global distribution company.  It also supplies products and provides services to wholesale, Gov/Edu, B2B, and retail customers.

AuthorBrett Hanuschak