BROOKSVILLE, FL – December 9, 2014 — Accuform Signs, located in the Brooksville Airport Industrial Park, will again dedicate a day towards working with a local charity (Operation HeartF.E.L.T.) to provide an unforgettable Christmas to children across Hernando County.
Beginning at 8:30 AM on Friday, December 12th, Accuform employees, 50 total teams (5 people per team), will begin shopping at Target (located at Suncoast Crossing) for Hernando County children – with ages ranging from 1 to 17 years old. Shopping will take place in small groups, lasting until approximately 1:00 PM.
After each group has completed shopping, ten gift-wrapping stations will be ready back at Accuform Signs to allow each team to prepare and wrap gifts. Gifts will be transferred to Operation HeartF.E.L.T. at 2:00 PM, delivered to Brooksville Elementary School on Friday afternoon, and distributed to parents Monday and Tuesday afternoon.
Representatives from Accuform Signs and Operation HeartF.E.L.T. will be available from 8:30 AM until 2:00 PM on Friday.
About Accuform Signs
Accuform Signs, located in Brooksville, FL, is the leading manufacturer of facility safety identification products. Founded in 1976, Accuform Signs sells products to a network of distributors throughout North America, South America and Asia. From custom safety signs, safety tags DIGI-DAY® Scoreboards, and labels, to traffic safety and STOPOOUT® lockout/tag out products, Accuform Signs provides the products and sales support for the distributors that define today’s workplace safety industry.
About Operation HeartF.E.L.T.
Operation HeartF.E.L.T. (Feeding Empty Little Tummies) provides weekend back-pack meals to Hernando County Children throughout the school year, and summer, to families in need. This unique program, one of the first of its kind in the United States is coordinated directly with select Hernando County Schools in an effort to make a real difference right here on a local level. 100% of Operation HeartF.E.L.T. dollars go directly to the children the organization supports and all dollars remain in Hernando County. Support for the group primarily comes from local residents.