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Maxon Lift Corp. Donates Liftgate to the Non-Profit Marine Corps S.O.S. Organization

December 13, 2011 - Press Release

SANTA FE SPRINGS, CA - Maxon Lift Corp. is pleased to announce the donation of a Tuk-A-Way 72-25 liftgate to the non-profit Marine Corps S.O.S. Organization of St. Paul, Minnesota.

Earlier this year Frank Ranallo, founder of the Marine Corps S.O.S. Organization, approached MAXON for spare part donations to refurbish a 12-year-old 72-25 liftgate that was mounted to a truck the organization received as a donation. With the labor part of the job already donated by Truck Utilities Manufacturing (St. Paul), rather than to only provide the spare parts requested, Maxon offered to replace the older liftgate with a new 72-25 model as a donation to this worthy cause. "It is with much pleasure that we donate this 72-25 liftgate," said Brent Stratton, Office of the President. "We are honored to assist an organization that extends aid to our troops."

Frank Ranallo has advised that the liftgate contribution will help serve many purposes: "The most recent being for relocation of Marines and their families." The month of December will also be very busy for this organization since it also assists with the collection of toys for the "Toys for Tots" program.

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