The company made special commemorative editions of its most popular snips models available for the campaign. For each pair sold, Midwest committed to donate $2 to HFOT. The campaign began on Independence Day and concluded on Veteran’s Day.
The result was a $6,000 check for the worthy cause of helping disabled veterans rebuild their lives by designing and building mortgage-free homes.
“I was so pleased that everyone got behind us on this initiative," said Chuck Loparo, national sales manager, Midwest Tool. "Our employees, our sales representatives, and our distributors showed their true spirit of giving by helping us make this happen.”
Company CEO Scott Muser, and David Schmick, president, announced that Midwest Tool plans to continue to support HFOT with future promotions.