NORWALK, Conn. - Emcor Group Inc. launched a new component to its existing company program Taking KidSafety to the Street that has already helped recover over 138 missing children to date. The new Emcor Street Gang program is an employee vehicle poster program. Employees will carry the same poster of a missing kid on their personal vehicles as the company carries on its fleet of 6,000 service vehicles. These posters rotate each month and are tailored by area of the country.
Taking KidSafety to the Street was launched in Sept. 2005 as a three-pronged national initiative that combines an on-the-streets, in-the-buildings, and at-home program approach designed to help find missing children and promote child safety. “In these tough economic times, being thankful for what we have and are able to do for others means so much more,” said Frank T. MacInnis, Emcor chairman and CEO. “Thanks to the strength of EMCOR’s Taking KidSafety To The Street program that we’ve already established over the past few years, we’re able to add this employee program at this time. Together, as employees acting on our own personal time, there is little doubt that we will accomplish monumental feats for which we can forever be proud.”
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Emcor Launches Poster Program to Help Find Missing Children
June 1, 2009