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PAC continues to encourage employees to take part in community activities

POLAR BEAR PLUNGE 2016

A team from Precision AirConvey participated in the 25th annual Special Olympics Delaware Polar Bear Plunge in January 2016. The event presented by Wawa brought out 3,501 Bears who raised a record $820,000. Precision AirConvey’s Team Freezin for a Reason consisting of employees and friends who braved the 45 degree air temperatures and 43 degree water temperatures to help provide year round sports training opportunities for 4,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities. In the event's 25-year history, more than $9.12 million has been raised. It was a memorable event for all participants.

 

MAX CURE FOUNDATION/DE CORP 5K FunRun

In conjunction with the Delaware Corporate 5K FunRun, Precision AirConvey helped to collect sneakers for the Max Cure Foundation – Dunk Your Kicks Drive. Both the PAC Delaware and New Jersey offices collected sneakers to send to Max Cure. In 2008 Max Cure Foundation was inspired by a little boy named Max and his brave battle with a rare form of cancer. This foundation not only helps fund childhood cancer research, they also provide financial assistance to families with children battling the disease. The Dunk Your Kicks campaign collects gently used sneakers and recycles them to raise money while at the same time creating jobs globally and reducing the risk of disease to those living in developing countries who would otherwise go barefoot. There are over 200 million pair of sneakers thrown into US landfills every year, Dunk Your Kicks helps to give new life to these unwanted items.

 

 

BISSON-CALLAGHAN FOUNDATION – ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

Precision AirConvey’s sales team braved gray skies and rain to participate in the Bisson-Callaghan Foundation’s 4th Annual Golf Tournament and Dinner held in June at the Ed Oliver Golf Club in Wilmington Delaware.

The Bisson-Callaghan Foundation was established in 2014 by friends of Bruce Bisson and Gene Callaghan, two great guys whose lives were cut short by cancer in 2013. Our purpose is to remember Bruce and Gene, organize events to honor their memories and raise money for various charities including Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, Padua and Salesianum Hight School Scholarships, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Christiana Hospital Trauma Center, Uplifting Athletes-Penn State, Thomas Jefferson Kidney Cancer Research and many others.

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