9 September 2014
Howard Graphic Equipment gives back to the community
TORONTO—Printing machinery supplier Howard Graphic Equipment Ltd, donated hundreds of shirts, hats and jackets to the Scott Mission of Toronto earlier this week. The mission has helped and cared for the city’s underprivileged since 1941.


HGE’s Sean Cummings (right) helps loading the donated goods onto the Scott Mission’s van

Howard Graphics had extra clothing on hand after it decided to wrap up K-North, its former Komori distribution division, last July.

“We are very proud and happy to have been able to contribute something useful to these marvelous people,” vice president Liana Howard said.
Comments:
3. Litho Jack says:
21 September 2014 at 2:57 PM
Marvelous people? ummm...did you actually go and meet some of them?
2. Print Expert says:
14 September 2014 at 11:51 AM
Komori is okay with homeless wearing their logo. classy!
1. Lithoman says:
11 September 2014 at 4:31 AM
Great! And future free advertising too!
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