NMHG Presents Check to United Way of Pitt County

Words: Dan KamysNMHG Presents Check to United Way of Pitt County

NACCO Materials Handling GroupInc. (NMHG) presented a $6,250 check to United Way of Pitt County during the East Carolina University (ECU) baseball game versus High Point University on May 15. The donation was given for every home run hit this season by the Pirates, who pounded 25 home runs.

“Along with our football and basketball partnership, NMHG has now donated $69,850 to United Way of Pitt County this academic year thanks to the athletic teams at ECU,” says Brett Schemerhorn, VP, marketing for NMHG. “We are honored to be able to make these donations, which we know will make our community a better place through helping those around us.”
Jim Cieslar, executive director of United Way of Pitt County, was present to receive the check from NMHG’s Thom Peebles, director, brand management, and Mike Moran, director, warehouse product sales.

“We are grateful for the continued partnership with NMHG through the ECU baseball team,” says Cieslar. “NMHG’s generous support and the Pirates hitting prowess have combined once again to serve our community.”

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