“Just as our client focus looks beyond Clifton, beyond New Jersey and beyond the US, so do our charitable efforts,” Joseph Federico said.
Clifton, NJ (PRWEB) September 23, 2010
Joseph Federico, Vice President and Director of Operations of NJMET, located in Clifton NJ, announced that NJMET will expand its charitable fundraising efforts this year in order to assist the victims of flooding in Pakistan.
NJMET has previously registered as a corporate sponsor to aid the American Red Cross for fiscal year 2010 in response to the earthquake disaster in Haiti. NJMET has designated these funds to be used in either Haiti or Pakistan, giving the American Red Cross flexibility to use the funds where the need is greatest.
“Just as our client focus looks beyond Clifton, beyond the state of New Jersey and beyond the US, so do our charitable efforts,” Joseph Federico said. Other charitable efforts by the company are listed on the company website: http://www.njmetmtl.com.
As one aspect of the expanded fundraising, Joe Federico announced plans for the company’s fourth Atlantic City, NJ trip, scheduled for Saturday, October 16, 2010.
“For those in the state of New Jersey, we would like to extend a cordial invitation to join us at Bally's Resort Casino for this fundraiser.” Joe Federico said. Buses depart from NJMET in Clifton, NJ at 8:00 A.M. and will return at 8:00 P.M. Tickets are $30 P.P. with a $20 slot credit.
The bus trip is the fourth such event NJMET has sponsored. They are one aspect of NJMET’s fund raising. “I would like to inform our value added customers that a portion of proceeds of all testing and procurement projects will be presented to the American Red Cross on December 31, 2010,” said Joseph Federico.
NJ MET provides state of the art electronic component testing and counterfeit detection from its headquarters in Clifton, New Jersey. NJMET also has sales offices in London, Denver and in the state of California. NJMET recently opened a lab in Hong Kong to supplement the work at the Clifton lab.
For more information, please contact NJMET Joseph Federico at 973-546-5393 or via e-mail at joef(at)njmet(dot)com. To learn more about NJMET’s efforts for Haiti and Pakistan, see the “NJMET in the News” section of the NJMET website http://www.njmetmtl.com/news.aspx.
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