Buyers Products, a manufacturer of work truck equipment, has made a series of extensive gifts to area non-profit organizations out of concern of the most vulnerable in the community in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The company made significant gifts to organizations that will help keep people fed and supplied throughout the crisis.
“Our number one concern during this pandemic is our employees, their families, and the place they call home,” said Mark Saltzman, President and CEO of Buyers Products. “Lake County is an extended part of the Buyers family. We’d encourage all businesses in the area to support the community in any way they can.”
He adds, “You will find our parts and products all over fire trucks, ambulances, municipal trucks, refuse collection trucks, and utility service fleets across the country. The work that the people of Lake, Geauga, Ashtabula, and surrounding counties do keeps America running. We have to do our best to give back in times of great need.”
Buyers wants to make sure the funds go as far as they can to help the people most in need in the community. The company gave $10,000 to the United Way of Lake County Relief Fund, $5,000 to St. Gabriel Food Pantry, $3,000 to the McKinley Outreach Center, as well as donations to the Madison Food Center and the Perry Center of Lake County.