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Simpson Strong-Tie Donates $15,000 to Recovery Efforts in Kentucky After Major Flooding

Parul Dubey on August 8, 2022 - in Corporate, News
Pleasanton, Calif. — Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, is supporting relief for flood victims in Kentucky with a donation of $15,000 to the American Red Cross.
Starting July 26, a series of powerful storms brought unrelenting rainfall over parts of eastern Kentucky, causing extreme flooding in surrounding neighborhoods and displacing vast numbers of residents. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear declared a state of emergency in the affected counties. To date, over 35 deaths have been confirmed and more than 450 people are staying in 11 different emergency shelters across the state.
Red Cross teams are on the ground working alongside state and municipal agencies to determine the needs of impacted communities. There are currently more than 440 trained Red Cross disaster workers assisting to provide shelter, meals and other support. To make a contribution and aid in recovery efforts, visit redcross.org or send a donation to your local Red Cross chapter.
About Simpson Strong-Tie Company Inc.
Simpson Strong-Tie is the world leader in structural solutions — products and technology that help people design and build safer, stronger homes, buildings, and communities. As a pioneer in the building industry, we have an unmatched passion for problem solving through skillful engineering and thoughtful innovation. Our structural systems research and rigorous testing enable us to design code-listed, value-engineered solutions for a multitude of applications in wood, steel, and concrete structures. Our dedication to pursuing ever-better construction products and technology and to surrounding our customers with exceptional service and support has been core to our mission since 1956. For more information, visit strongtie.com and follow us on FacebookTwitterYouTube and LinkedIn.
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