LBX to support American Heart Association campaign in February
Manufacturer to donate 500$ to the AHA Life is Why We Give campaign for machines sold during the month
For the fourth year in a row, LBX Company, based out of Lexington, Kentucky, has pledged its support to the American Hearth Association's (AHA) Life is Why We Give campaign, by giving $500 to the organization for every Link-Belt excavator, forestry machine or material handler retailed in February in North America.
LBX is a national program supporter for this campaign and the company is challenging their North American dealers to support their local AHA chapters.
According to LBX, during February, many Link-Belt excavator dealers have committed to again participate in a special campaign that encourages both employees and customers to get involved locally with the American Heart Association through charitable donations or volunteering time.
The company says that local AHA chapter's are there to help get started with ideas for increasing engagement and establishing volunteer programs that will have a positive impact on communities throughout the year.
To find your local chapter, visit www.heart.org/HEARTORG.
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