Olathe employees volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club in Olathe on April 15th, to celebrate Earth Day. The day kicked off making earth-friendly bird feeders, followed by a lesson on vegetable gardening from a master gardener. The children planted vegetables, pulled weeds and cleaned up the grounds. Over ten bags of compost and three bags of trash were collected. Other Earth Day activities included a recycle relay with special guest Gary Walker, the "King of Green," and other outdoor games.
This volunteer opportunity was made possible through TVHCares, a charitable program that encourages TVH employees to get involved and make an impact in the local community. Through the program, employees have the opportunity to work with many non-profit organizations and charities. Since its inception in 2015, over 125 employees from across the Americas have volunteered at local nonprofits in their area.
TVH has grown to become one of the most respected names in the material handling and industrial equipment industry. Our commitment to service, knowledge and product availability has made TVH a One-Stop-Shop for our customers and their industrial parts requirements. We offer more than 7.5 million products from 11 locations in the Americas.
For more information, or to coordinate an interview, contact Jeannette Robinson, Corporate Marketing & Communications Manager
TVH, 16355 South Lone Elm Road, Olathe, KS 66062, toll free phone 800-255-4109, phone 913-829-1000, fax 913-829-6206, www.tvh.com.