From left to right: Dixon Myers, Emily Allbright, Jeff Sarembock
- Feb. 12, 2010 -
Thousands gathered today at the Presidential Palace in Haiti to mourn and mark the one month anniversary of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck on January 12th. The quake claimed thousands of lives and has displaced an estimated 300,000 people. In the weeks following the quake aid has poured in from all over the world. At USA SHADE & Fabric Structures we recently completed our own campaign to raise funds for Haitian relief. With the company matching contributions from employees, USA SHADE was able to raise a total of $22,628.00. In the first 48 hours alone, we reached the $10,000 mark which showed the great enthusiasm for the cause. On Tuesday, February 9th American Red Cross representative Emily Allbright stopped by our Dallas headquarters to receive the check from Human Resources Director Dixon Myers and Chief Financial Officer Jeffrey Sarembock. We are proud to have contributed as so many American businesses and individuals have done and hope to see Haiti heal and prosper in the future.
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Sun Ports, Shade Structures, FabriTec Structures and Vehicle Protection Structures (VPS) are the premier brands of USA SHADE & Fabric Structures, Inc. Sun Ports and Shade Structures focus on modular shade structures, FabriTec specializes in tensioned fabric structures and VPS focuses on hail protection for the Automotive Industry. USA SHADE is the largest and most capable shade and fabric structure company in the world. The company has installed over 175,000 structures nationwide in an unparalleled diversity of market segments. The selection of a company to provide shade and weather protection is a critical decision. As the proven leader in the shade industry, USA SHADE offers products and services that competitors are simply unable to match. With in-house experts in Design, Engineering, Fabrication, Manufacturing, Project Management and Construction, USA SHADE are the leaders, innovators and the one's to trustPhoto: