Pauls Valley, OK, August 31, 2017 - Covercraft has announced an effort to help contribute funds to victims of Hurricane Harvey. Covercraft has set up a fundraising page at CrowdRise.com in an effort to raise funds payable to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. "Covercraft Industries has many valued business partners, customers and friends that live in the areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. We have developed this fundraiser to give back to the communities stricken by this storm", says Mark Korros, CEO of Covercraft Industries.
The process is easy and donations as little as $10 can be made. Covercraft will be matching the total of the campaign contributions up to $10,000.00 payable to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The campaign is set to end on September 15th, 2017 and Covercraft is confident that the goal will be met. "Our business associates, suppliers, contractors and supporter are sure to assist us with this effort to help the people affected by this monumental storm", says Korros.
For more information or to contribute, please visit the following link:
https://www.crowdrise.com/o/en/team/covercraft-hurricane-harvey-relief/covercraft
About Covercraft Industries, LLC
Covercraft Industries, LLC is a market leading player in the custom automotive accessory market, providing premium quality exterior and interior protection products. The company is the world's largest manufacturer of custom-patterned vehicle covers, with a library that includes more than 400,000 distinct automotive patterns. Additional product lines include custom front and rear seat covers, front end masks, dashboard covers, floor mats, window sunscreens, RV covers, patio furniture covers and others. Covercraft owns multiple brands including ADCO, Colgan Custom, DashMat, PCI and Wolf, and branded products with industry leading names including Airstream, Carhartt, Ford and Winnebago. Founded in Southern California in 1965, Covercraft is Headquartered in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma with additional manufacturing facilities in California, Texas, Australia and Mexico.