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Wagman branches hold area collections

STAFF REPORT

YORK DAILY RECORD

During the holiday season, Wagman offices in Pennsylvania and Virginia collected clothing and shoes to benefit respective local shelters.

The drive created some friendly competition between the four offices.

» Wagman’s two York offices collected a total of 965 pounds of clothing which was donated to Harvest of Blessing Food and Clothing Bank in York.

» Wagman’s Berryville, Va. office collected a total of 283 pounds of clothing which was donated to Blue Ridge Hospice in Leesburg, Va.

» Wagman’s Dinwiddie, Va. office collected a total of 102 pounds of clothing which was donated to the Cares Service Center in Petersburg, Va. In total, the company donated 1,350 pounds of clothing to benefit those in need. Wagman averaged pounds per person to figure out which office won the inter-office competition. The Berryville, Va. office came in first place, averaging over 35 pounds of clothing per person.

Lisa Wagman Glezer, vice president of communications at Wagman states, “The spirit of giving was profound and the competition between offices kept it fun. We were thrilled to donate over one thousand pounds of clothing and shoes to three agencies that benefit the communities where our employees live, work and play.”

Wagman employees load donations onto the truck for Harvest of Blessing Food and Clothing Bank. The two York offices collectively donated over 800 pounds of clothing.

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