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Raymond Handling Concepts spreads holiday cheer with operation Santa's supply chain

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Raymond Handling Concepts Corporation (RHCC) announced its effort to spread holiday cheer with its “Operation Santa’s Supply Chain” to benefit local charities. RHCC, a leading material handling equipment supplier in the Northwest, will host a battery charger “face-off” against All Battery and EnerSys on eBay from December 9-16, 2015 where 100% of its proceeds will directly benefit local charities. Proceeds from All Battery will be donated to Auburn Food Bank and EnerSys proceeds will be donated to Alameda County Food Bank. 

In addition to the battery auction, sales from these one-of-a-kind “Operation Santa’s Supply Chain” ornaments, priced at $10, will benefit local charities and are available for purchase exclusively throughout the holiday season. The exclusive holiday ornaments can be purchased here:

RHCC’s President, Stephen Raymond states, “In the electric lift truck business, the vast majority of products handled are food items. Therefore, it is only natural as an expression of our core value of having ‘concern for people’ that a food and toy drive is an annual feature to our holiday ritual. It is really very simple, being deeply rooted in the communities we serve, we give to those who are in need.”

This year, RHCC will donate food and toys to four different states, seven cities and touch 10 different charities. The charities to receive donations include: Auburn Food Bank; Alameda County Community Food Bank; Tri-City Volunteer Fire Fighters Toy Drive; Fresno Community Food Bank; Toys for Tots Fresno; Birch Community Services Portland, Oregon Food Bank; Placer County Food Bank; Food bank of Northern Nevada; Central Valley Baptist Church.


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