First Published Dec 24 2012 08:18 am • Last Updated Dec 26 2012 12:24 pm
Hunter Douglas, a New York-based manufacturer and marketing of custom window treatments, said it has donated $425,000 to two nonprofits — The New York Times Neediest Cases Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort and Team Rubicon — to help relieve the suffering and aid the recovery of those most in need following Hurricane Sandy.
The company, which has a facility in Murray, made an initial donation of $100,000 and, in addition, matched donations from its employees and independent fabricators on a dollar-for-dollar basis.
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