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Arlon holds corporate campaign to support breast cancer research

Graphics, Industry News | December 22, 2010 | By:

Arlon Inc., headquartered in Santa Ana, Calif., recently held a corporate campaign to raise money for the fight against breast cancer. The campaign started October 1 and just ended; it was held internally at the company, and Arlon also campaigned at SGIA in the tradeshow booth to raise money to support the cause. Anyone who donated received a pink bracelet, and all money that was donated was sent to the Susan G. Komen—For the Cure Foundation.

“Arlon believes it is our duty to be a good corporate citizen and look after the many people who have been affected by cancer. The Susan G. Komen Foundation gives us a great opportunity to support those in need,” said Ron Hopkins, company president. Arlon Inc., established in 1958, manufactures and markets a full line of high quality pressure-sensitive cut vinyl, flexible substrates, and print media films for the digital imaging, signage, vehicle graphic and screen printing industries.

Source: Arlon Inc.

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