Warn donates 50 PullzAlls to aid in Japanese tsunami relief effort
Written: May 16, 2011
Warn Industries donated 50 of its PullzAll
hand-held lifting/pulling tools to the Japanese Tsunami relief effort. Thirty of the units went straight the Sendai area and our dealer, Isao Hirose, did training on the product to the relief workers. The other 20 units went with a U.S.-based FEMA group who had already been trained on PullzAll and continue the training in Japan to fire and rescue people. The PullzAll was requested by the Japanese relief organizations because of its ability to work in tight spaces and it has rechargable batteries
We received a formal thank you, in Japanese from the Governor of the Prefecture for Warn's generosity in helping our Japanese friends in these very difficult times.
Randy Norris is the Managing Director of International Sales for Warn Industries.
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