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New Flyer's United Way campaign sets record

Posted on December 11, 2017

New Flyer Industries Inc. (NFI Group) set a record for the 2018 United Way Workplace Campaign, with $373,970 raised across all locations.

Consisting of workplace campaign efforts from NFI Group subsidiaries New Flyer, Motor Coach Industries, NFI Parts, TCB Enterprises, Frank Fair Industries, and Carfair Composites, the NFI Group surpassed all prior years of giving, bringing its cumulative total to nearly $2 million raised for United Way agencies across the U.S. and Canada since 2009.

“We are so proud to have achieved this record amount,” said Paul Soubry, president/CEO of the NFI Group. “Nearly a decade ago, we were looking for a way to consistently engage our team members across multiple locations to work together to do something special for the communities where we live and work. We chose the United Way to fulfill that common need, and we remain committed to supporting them as a respected organization that makes meaningful impact in our communities. It’s truly an honor to share this exciting news on behalf of our team of nearly 6,000 people.”

The NFI Group proudly supports multiple United Way agencies that are located in or nearby communities where NFI Group operates its 32 locations across Canada and the U.S.

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