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Raymond hosts Pink Pallet Jack Project

Wednesday, 16 Oct 2019 ( #945 ) - Santa Fe Springs, CA, United States
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Pink Pallet Jack, anyone?
Raymond Handling will hold the sixth annual Pink Pallet Jack Project online auction in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month from October 17 to 27.

The 10-day eBay auction will allow supporters to bid on three pink Raymond 8210 powered pallet jacks – one from each division in the group.

Winning bids will be announced in early November, with all proceeds from the auction being donated to the New York-based Tina Fund and HERS Breast Cancer Foundation in Fremont, California.

The Raymond 8210 powered pallet jack is ideal for retail stores, wholesale delivery, and food processing applications that require navigation in tight and/or congested areas. The trucks will also include Raymond’s exclusive Click2Creepdesign, which automatically reduces maximum travel speed, providing a tighter turn radius for pinwheeling or right-angle turning.

Raymond’s Pink Pallet Jack Project has raised nearly USD150,000 for breast cancer organisations and charities over the past five years.
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