Andis Fundraising for United Way Sets Second Straight Record

Andis Logo white [Converted]STURTEVANT, Wis.-For the second year in a row, Andis' fundraising for the United Way of Racine County, Wisc., set a record.

This year's fundraising total surpassed last year's by 6 percent, according to a statement from the personal-care products company. Andis company associates held a number of year-round fundraising efforts to inspire giving from the company's business partners, including a silent auction, a car wash and raffles for tickets to sporting events. Andis also set up three partnership programs: Gold, for contributions of $1,000 and more; Silver, for contributions of $500-$999; and Bronze, for contributions of $100-$499.

Matthew Andis, the company's president, said, "Each year, our associates prove with their time and contributions how committed we all are to our community and to people in need."

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