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Refrigeration Manufacturer Donates Units to NYC Disaster Relief

September 19, 2001
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Peachtree City, GA — To assist rescue workers, Hoshizaki America Inc. donated refrigerators, ice and water dispensers, ice makers, walk-in coolers, and an electrolyzed water system. Dario Stanzini, vice president of the company’s Noertheastern Distribution Center in Bayshore, NY, is working closely with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the State Emergency Management Organization to speed up delivery and installation of the equipment.

“With a crisis of this nature, everyone is touched.” I hope our donation in some way helps those who are supporting the rescue efforts,” said Mark McClanahan, senior vice president.

The donated equipment is valued at $20,000.

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