Shreve Park, LA - August 5th, 2011 - This past July our Frymaster Shreve Park facility presented a check in the amount of $1,000 to three representatives of the Salvation Army. Marvin Hollingsworth, the Production Superintendent, along with employees at Shreve Park, gave this helpful donation, which was made possible due to dedication of all involved. Employees have been raising money through various drives and contests throughout the past couple of months and show us how simple helping others can be.
The Salvation Army is often among the first on the scene when disaster strikes. Their officers are trained to meet all kinds of emergencies by providing food, shelter, clothing and spiritual comfort. Of course that can only be made possible through generous donations of caring people…people, who’s hearts are touched by tragedies such as flooding and tornado ravaged cities. Many people also offer their assistance with providing aid to those in need by raising money and donating it to where it will do the most good.
Major Mark Smith, one of the representatives of the Salvation Army, expressed his deep gratitude to the Frymaster employees and talked about how their generous donations could not have come at a more critical time.
This is a great example for the culture of our organization - always willing to help those in need! Thank you for caring, Frymaster Shreve Park!
|Marvin Hollingsworth, Production Superintendent, along with employees at Frymaster (Shreve Park) presenting the check to Salvation Army representatives Major Mark Smith, Capt. Kari Booth, and K.C. Kilpatrick.|