Radienz Living has several manufacturing plants and warehouses in North America, including a factory in Ludlow, KY, which further reinforces the company’s decision to step in to help.
“When we heard about the widespread devastation and dire need for personal care items in Western Kentucky, we knew we could help make a positive impact,” says Darin Lundberg, director of operations for the Radienz Living factory in Pittston, Pennsylvania. “Our plant had most of the supplies we knew Kentuckians needed after the devastation, so it was easy to decide to step in to help those who were hit hard by the tornadoes.”
The tractor-trailer arrived at the Mayfield-Graves County Fairgrounds on January 28. The fairgrounds have served as a donation center since the mid-December storm.
“We know it’s common for resources to fall behind over time and for donations to dwindle, so we wanted to do our part to help ensure those in Graves County always had supplies,” says Terry Royer, Director of Supply Chain for Radienz Living. . “We hope these items from our Pittston, Pennsylvania location will provide much-needed help to our friends in the Midwest as they rebuild.”