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LMC dealers continue to assist communities

Pro dealers lend a hand to families, supermarket workers, law enforcement and medical professionals.

BY HBSDEALER Staff

Dealer members of LBM buying group LMC are continuing to provide support in the communities they serve.

Here are some of the most recent helpful acts shared by LMC.

Shiver Lumber Company in Georgia showed their support and appreciation to local law enforcement by donating Lysol and gloves to help keep them safe as they work to keep the community safe.

Lunches donated to supermarket workers by Shepley Wood Products and KAM Appliances.

Shepley Wood Products of Hyannis, Mass. teamed up with KAM Appliances on May 7 to show their appreciation for the people who have been tirelessly working at a local Shaw’s supermarket by delivering 75 lunches. It was their way of saying “thank you” to all who are working to serve others and the community during this difficult time.

Dash Lumber & Supply of New Orleans, La. delivered 100 meals to front line hospital workers at New Orleans East Hospital. This a great way of supporting local restaurants and local health care workers at the same time.

Brand Vaughan Lumber Company in Georgia has launched an initiative to help 100 families in their region by the time they reach their 100th year in business. The “100 Families in 100 Years” project is designed to pour back into the communities that have given to Brand Vaughan.

The company has been very strategic and focused in their efforts to work with families and organizations that share its values and vision, LCM said. Since 2016, Brand Vaughan has helped 12 families or organizations by building homes, sponsoring charitable events and helping raise money for those in need.

LMC, based in Wayne, Pa., previously detailed COVID-19 community efforts from Alki Lumber, Builders General, Koopman Lumber & Hardware, Mid-Cape Home Centers, and Opdyke Lumber.

 

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