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Good Neighbor Corner: Benjamin Moore

6 May, 2020

Benjamin Moore has always been dedicated it's community and now is certainly no different. In the past weeks the paint manufacturer has donated to local food banks and reworked their manufacturing plant to manufacture hand sanitizer. As food banks across the nation and in New Jersey have reported increasing needs, Benjamin Moore donated $100,000 to Commuity Food Bank of New Jersey and Frontline Foods. This equals nearly 230,000 meals to residents and healthcare workers across New Jersey. 

In addition, Benjamin Moore's manufacturing facility in Newark which has been manufacturing paint since the 1920s is now manufacturing hand sanitizer for donation to medical professionals across the state. They are in the process of making over 600 gallons for donation. 

Benjamin Moore has also underwritten the PCA Operation COVID-Response conference going from April 3 - May 29. As a painting contractor you can join this digital conference on Tuesday's and Thursday's at NO CHARGE thanks to Benjamin Moore. Think Tank Tuesday's host a virtual panel of experts to advise on common challenges contractors are facing and Brain Meld Thursday's allow contractors to share thier experiences and brainstorm solutions together. To learn more and sign up, visit https://pcapainted.org/conference/.

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