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Summit Supply Donates $25K Toward Hurricane Relief Efforts in Texas, Florida

Tue October 10, 2017 - National Edition
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Summit Supply believes whole-heartedly in giving back, and we are proud to support the efforts of this amazing group of volunteers during the past month's hurricanes in both Texas and Florida,
Summit Supply believes whole-heartedly in giving back, and we are proud to support the efforts of this amazing group of volunteers during the past month's hurricanes in both Texas and Florida," said Bruce Druckenmiller, president of Summit Supply, LLC.

Summit Supply, LLC of Asbury, NJ has donated $25,000 to Rapid Relief Team (RRT), a global organization that provided catering services and support to those directly impacted by these recent disasters, as well as direct assistance to first responders and volunteers.

"Summit Supply believes whole-heartedly in giving back, and we are proud to support the efforts of this amazing group of volunteers during the past month's hurricanes in both Texas and Florida," said Bruce Druckenmiller, president of Summit Supply, LLC.

Eric Druckenmiller, pperations manager for Summit Supply said, "We think back to 2012, when Hurricane Sandy devastated many areas in New Jersey, and how selfless the professionals and volunteers were as they helped us through that terrible time."

When the opportunity to pay that kindness forward presented itself, the ownership and management of Summit Supply did not hesitate, donating 1 percent of its September 2017 sales.

For more information, visit www.summitrubbertracks.com.




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