ATM maker donates to hurricane Sandy relief efforts

Published November 7, 2012 8:14 am
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ATMequipment, Kaysville, said it has donated $10,000 to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts in the wake of superstorm Sandy.

The company also said it will match customer donations to the American Red Cross up to an additional $10,000.

The company is a division of Utah-based Grant Victor, a wholesale supplier of retail ATM machines, parts and supplies.

"As we received calls from our customers in the new York and New Jersey markets, the extend of the devastation became clear," Jeff Matthews, COO of Grant Victor, said in a statement. "Many customers are missing machines, power lines are down and independent ATM operators are losing business daily... We wanted to help those business owners recover as quickly as possible."

In addition to the donations, the company is offering discounts and free delivery on new machines to those in affected areas of the country.

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