As an organization that embraces the notion of sustainable initiatives and is committed to environmental consciousness efforts, we are honored to help reforest our beautiful community.
Buffalo, NY (PRWEB) April 29, 2016
The monetary donation to Re-Tree will be used for the planting of ten trees in the city of Buffalo and surrounding suburbs, one representing each decade Gintzler has been in business. Gintzler employees will participate in the tree plantings later this fall, in collaboration with Re-Tree WNY representatives.
Gintzler International is commemorating over 100 years of packaging excellence this year and is participating in a series of community service events across their two locations in Buffalo, NY and Liberty Hill, TX to celebrate.
Coinciding with Arbor Day, a tree was planted at Gintzler’s NY facility to symbolize the future growth of their company. In addition, all associates received a small plant in a commemorative coffee mug to take home in appreciation of their service.
“We realize we have successfully grown as a company for over a century due to the ongoing support we have received from our incredible staff, customers, vendors, and communities we serve,” says Mary Scheible, CAO of Gintzler International. “As an organization that embraces the notion of sustainable initiatives and is committed to environmental consciousness efforts, we are honored to help reforest our beautiful community.”
About Gintzler International
For over 100 years, Gintzler International has been a leader in consumer and medical packaging. Synonymous with custom-made solutions and unmatched quality, Gintzler is a leading narrow web label, shrink sleeve, and flexible packaging printer and converter. Operating state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities in NY and TX, Gintzler excels at serving the medical and pharmaceutical, health and beauty, and food and beverage markets. For more information on Gintzler International, visit http://www.gintzlerinternational.com.
About Re-Tree WNY
Re-Tree WNY, a program of Buffalo Green Fund, has a goal of replacing 30,000 of the trees damaged by the surprise October 12-13, 2006 snowstorm. To date, they have replanted over 28,100 trees since 2006. Funds are still needed to complete the project and tax-deductible donations to Re-Tree are encouraged. Details may be found at http://www.re-treewny.org.