Ox Bodies donates tarps
| May 09, 2011 |
Ox Bodies, a dump body manufacturer located in Fayette, Alabama, has donated more than $20,000 in mesh and vinyl tarps to aid in the clean up and rebuilding of the surrounding area.
According to Ox Bodies marketing manager, Debbie Puckett, “This was one way we can help by providing useful materials that may not be easy to find.” Puckett says the company is also planning future donations. The tarps donated are a first step by Ox Bodies and are being distributed through Temporary Emergency Services of Tuscaloosa.
Ox Bodies employs more than 80 people at its Fayette, Ala., manufacturing facility and has been operating there since 1972. It designs, manufactures and installs medium and heavy duty dump bodies, platforms, trash bodies and related truck body accessories.
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