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Case donates more than 3,000 die-cast models to Toys for Tots following Hurricane Sandy.

| November 27, 2012

RACINE, Wis. – Case Construction Equipment shipped more than 3,000 die-cast construction machine models to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation, following the recent destruction of the organization’s toy warehouse in Dover, N.J., during Superstorm Sandy.

The detailed scale models of Case earthmoving machines, such as wheel loaders, skid steers and loader/backhoes, will be among the toys distributed this holiday season to children of families in need.

“We are pleased to help bring some small measure of happiness to children and families who have suffered so much because of the devastating storm,” said Jim Hasler, vice president, CNH Construction Equipment.

The company encourages others to contact the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation at www.toysfortots.org to learn about opportunities for donating to the organization.
 

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