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10/16/2017

Mahr Employees Show Generosity in Wake of Hurricanes

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The company has matched the donations of its employees to the Red Cross.

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Mahr Inc. management delivered donations totaling $6,523 to the American Red Cross for hurricane disaster relief efforts. Mahr employees at the company’s Providence, Rhode Island, headquarters collected funds by means of coffee cup donations, bingo fundraisers, bake sales and raffles. The company matched all collected funds.

Mahr Inc. manufactures dimensional gages and advanced measurement systems and is a member of the Mahr Group, the world's third-largest supplier of dimensional metrology equipment.

Company President Brett Green says, “Mahr employees have once again demonstrated what a great community of individuals make up the team here at Mahr Inc.”

The company indicated that they collected this batch of donations prior to hurricane Irma making landfall, and additional relief efforts continue, including ongoing blood drives at the manufacturing facility in Providence.

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