Fulcrum Conducts Toy Donation Contest for US Marine Corps; Jeff Handy Comments

Fulcrum-logoFulcrum has collected several toys during a competition held at the company’s Centreville, Virginia-based headquarters in support of a U.S. Marine Corps program.

Various departments participated in the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program during the first two weeks in December and gathered 300 toys, Fulcrum said Monday.

“It is exciting to see our employees participating and giving so generously for children who were going to potentially have a toy-less Christmas, and it makes us all feel great knowing that these toys will find their way under a Christmas tree for a deserving child on Christmas morning,” said Jeff Handy, Fulcrum CEO.

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