Press Release Summary:
At AAMA 75th Annual Conference, American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) was awarded 2011 Fenestration Humanitarian Award by World Vision. AAMA was honored specifically for their investment in World Vision and commitment to make transformational difference across USA. Also during conference, AAMA members sponsored 250 World Vision SchoolTools backpacks, totaling $5,500, to benefit at-risk Florida children.
Original Press Release:
AAMA Receives World Vision Fenestration Humanitarian Award
Schaumburg, Ill. -- The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) was awarded the 2011 Fenestration Humanitarian Award by World Vision at the AAMA 75th Annual Conference held in Naples, Fla., Feb. 26-29. AAMA was honored for their investment in World Vision and commitment to make a transformational difference across the U.S.
"It was truly an honor to receive the Fenestration Humanitarian Award," says Rich Walker, AAMA's president and CEO. "We are honored to support World Vision, and I commend our members for donating windows and doors in order to help those in need."
"Through AAMA, World Vision has cultivated relationships with window and door manufacturers and suppliers resulting in building material donations to help families in need nationwide," added Mary Garcia, World Vision's corporate relations director. "It was my pleasure to present AAMA with the award."
Also during the conference, AAMA members sponsored 250 World Vision SchoolTools backpacks, at a total cost of $5,500, to benefit at-risk Florida children
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