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MANNINGTON LAUNCHES HURRICANE HARVEY RELIEF EFFORT

SALEM, NJ, August 31, 2017—The devastation of Hurricane Harvey continues to grow as it moves from Texas to Louisiana. So Mannington Mills is partnering with its 2,000 U.S.-based associates to quickly raise relief funds for distribution by the American Red Cross.

 

Starting today through Tuesday, September 12, Mannington will match all associate donations made via cash or payroll deductions.


Mannington will then send a check, earmarked for Hurricane Harvey disaster relief, to the American Red Cross.


“Community and family are important to us—as people and as a company,” says Keith Campbell, Mannington’s Chairman of the Board. “We are proud to be working with our associates to raise funds that will help rebuild the lives, homes and communities of those affected by Hurricane Harvey.”


Since 1881, the American Red Cross has been dedicated to serving people in need, including providing disaster relief in the U.S. and around the world. This not-for-profit organization provides nearly 64,000 disaster responses yearly from small house fires to multi-state natural disasters like Hurricane Harvey.


About Mannington Mills
One of the world's leading manufacturers of fine flooring, Mannington Mills, Inc., is based in Salem, New Jersey (USA). The company manufactures residential and commercial sheet vinyl, luxury vinyl, laminate, resilient and hardwood floors; as well as commercial carpet and rubber under the Mannington Residential, Mannington Commercial, Amtico and Burke brands. Founded in 1915 by John Boston Campbell, the company is still privately held and owned by the Campbell family. Now in its second century of doing business in the USA, Mannington Mills remains committed to quality, customer satisfaction and innovative manufacturing with award-winning product design, state-of-the-art processes and industry-leading programs. mannington.com 

 

 

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