Anchor Plastics, Inc. Goes to Jail for the Muscular Dystrophy Association
Golden Valley, MN, October 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Anchor Plastics, Inc. was “put behind bars” on Tuesday, October 16th as a part of the MDA Lock-Up fundraising program. The Muscular Dystrophy Association hosts this community-wide event in an effort to raise funds for the fight against muscular dystrophy by “arresting” business and community leaders, who then raise “bail” from co-workers, vendors, friends, and family.
MDA Lock-Ups are held all across the nation and at various times throughout the year. They are an excellent way for businesses and other members of the community to get to know one another and a very unique way to raise money to help with life-changing research.
The Lock-Up was held at Cowboy Jack’s in Plymouth and was a huge success, with Anchor raising $1,600 in “bail.” This year, Anchor Plastics helped send 2 children afflicted with neuromuscular diseases to MDA summer camp. President of Anchor Plastics, Steve Rogers, said, “It was a wonderful experience and we hope to be a part of it again in the future.”
For more information on how to become a Jailbird, contact your local MDA office at (800) 572-1717 or visit http://mda.org/.
Anchor Plastics, Inc. is a manufacturer of injection-molded products. For over 40 years, Anchor has specialized in high precision plastics, designs, and processes. Its market is diverse and includes but is not limited to automotive, aerospace, military, and medical. Anchor attributes most of its success to the quality of its customers. Therefore, it is committed to improving its products and services so as to enable the continued prosperity of both its employees and its customers.