Amesbury Locca Donates Products to "Extreme
Makeover Home Edition" Project
|Several Amesbury Locca representatives participated
in the "Extreme Makeover Home Edition" project, including
sales and marketing director Amber Grayson.
Amesbury Locca recently donated its remote access products for
use in an "Extreme Makeover Home Edition" project. The
project, built for a coffee shop owner with cerebral palsy in St.
Louis, was completed in one week, beginning on September 4.
Amesbury Locca, a product line of Amesbury Group, teamed up with
Stanley Access Technologies to give the owner and his volunteer
employees, remote entry access-they can now press the Locca remote
to unlock the door, and the Stanley operator opens the door for
"It's such a great honor to be a part of this project,"
says Amber Grayson, sales and marketing director for Amesbury Locca.
"We worked side by side with the professional carpenters and
volunteers around the clock for several days ... A huge thanks to
ABC for allowing us the opportunity to work on this building and
to share our Locca products with the owner."
The episode will air in November 2008.
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