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Fairchild Equipment Hosts Donation Drive

NEWS RELEASE                                                                             

April 25, 2017                                                             

                                                 

Fairchild Equipment Partners with Goodwill to Collect Donations

Menomonee Falls, WI – Fairchild Equipment is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a donation drive in partnership with Goodwill starting on April 17, 2017 and concluding on April 28, 2017. Donation bins will be set up at Fairchild offices across southeastern Wisconsin in Beloit, Menomonee Falls and Racine, as well as participating customer facilities. 

 “This is a really great opportunity for Fairchild to be active in the community and support Goodwill, an organization everyone can be proud of for their work in providing training and employment for job seekers and connecting individuals looking for work to area employers,” said Ryan Ratzlaff, sales manager Fairchild Equipment and Waukesha County Business Alliance Leadership Program Participant. Our hope is that by holding a donation drive in support of Goodwill’s mission, we will bring added awareness to the variety of programs, services and social enterprises Goodwill has to offer in our communities.”

This is the first time Fairchild Equipment has hosted a donation drive of this magnitude. “It truly is an honor to be a part of an event that impacts the larger community and Fairchild looks to continue this tradition in the future,” said Andrea Jorgensen, marketing coordinator for Fairchild Equipment. “We see the community connections that result and I truly believe that this program will benefit Goodwill, participating community businesses and Fairchild.”

Fairchild invites interested media partners to join them at their Menomonee Falls facility, N52 W13821 North Park Drive, on Monday, May 1 as they begin donation pick-ups.

For questions, please contact Ryan Ratzlaff, Sales Manager – Southern Division, 262-289-9604 ryan.ratzlaff@fairchildequipment.com or Andrea Jorgensen, Marketing Coordinator, 920-471-4342 andrea.jorgensen@fairchildequipment.com.    

About Fairchild Equipment:

Fairchild Equipment is a leading distributor of materials handling, warehouse, construction and agriculture equipment in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Upper Michigan and Northern Illinois. With a commitment to exceed industry standards, Fairchild Equipment proudly represents strong manufacturer product lines that perform with productivity, efficiency and innovation. Fairchild Equipment is recognized by Hyster-Yale as a distinguished dealer for their products and has also received the MVP award by MHEDA (Materials Handling Equipment Distributors Association). Additional company information can be found on its website, www.fairchildequipment.com.

About Goodwill:

Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin is the largest among 163 agencies in North America. Goodwill employs more people with disabilities than any other private-sector business in the area. In 2016, Goodwill provided services to nearly 65,000 men and women with disabilities and disadvantages and 9,608 individuals entered employment. Visit www.goodwillsew.com for more information.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Andrea Jorgensen

andrea.jorgensen@fairchildequipment.com

920-471-4342


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