Sunlight Supply Responds to Hurricane Harvey

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Sunlight Supply joins relief efforts in Texas by sending truckloads of Hurricane fans and Ideal-Air Dehumidifiers to communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

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We recognize, as many across this great country do, that we all can help and play a meaningful role in the recovery efforts underway in Texas.

"We produce products that are ideally suited to helping the thousands of people affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas. We are hoping that our Hurricane Fans and Ideal Air Dehumidifiers will go a long ways toward early repair and rehabilitation efforts of homes and buildings in the area," said Craig Hargreaves, President of Sunlight Supply.

"We recognize, as many across this great country do, that we all can help and play a meaningful role in the recovery efforts underway in Texas. We encourage other businesses to do what they can to support the relief effort and donate money or products that deliver the assistance our fellow Americans need in this very difficult time they're living through right now."

Sunlight Supply is a Vancouver, Washington-based company that is donating two truckloads of Hurricane brand fans and Ideal Air brand Dehumidifiers, worth about $160,000. The trucks are departing Vancouver, WA today bound for Texas.

"In addition to donations to the Red Cross, we were trying to determine the best way to contribute products we sell to the relief efforts," Hargreaves said. "Turns out one of our local employees has personal ties to Hill Country Bible Church in Texas. We coordinated with them to get these products on the road in less than a week. They will be working directly in the impacted communities to distribute these fans and dehumidifiers to those in need.

"Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. We will now be looking to see what we can do to support people in Florida and the southeast US in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. This one will impact us directly as we have a distribution center in Pompano Beach, Florida. Our employees are evacuating as we have closed the facility until we see what kind of an impact Irma has in south Florida."

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