Top Knobs and Hardware Resources Launch "Rebuild New Jersey" Program

Hillsborough, NJ – Top Knobs and its sister company, Hardware Resources, launch the “Rebuild New Jersey” program to donate knobs, pulls, bath accessories, slides, hinges, etc. to non-profit groups helping those impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The program runs through the end of November.

“New Jersey is our home, and thousands of families here have damaged homes from Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath,” states David Tyler, VP of Marketing for Top Knobs. “Low income families and the elderly are particularly hard-hit. Non-profit groups will be working to help them repair and rebuild. We want to help as well, and we are asking our showrooms and dealers nationwide to join us.”

Program Details:

If showrooms, dealers, etc. join Top Knobs/Hardware Resources to donate below, they will match that donation product for product, doubling each donation. 

How to Donate:

1. On any Top Knobs or Hardware Resources order, add one of the product numbers below:

 

RebuildNJ10: $10 in knobs, pulls, hinges, slides, etc., matched by Top Knobs/Hardware Resources

RebuildNJ25: $25 in knobs, pulls, hinges, slides, etc., matched by Top Knobs/Hardware Resources

RebuildNJ50: $50 in knobs, pulls, hinges, slides, etc., matched by Top Knobs/Hardware Resources

RebuildNJ100: $100 in knobs, pulls, hinges, slides, etc., matched by Top Knobs/Hardware Resources

 

2. The companies will bill the trade for the amount above, and match that donation product for product

 

3. Donations will be accepted through the end of November.

 

What Happens Next:

In December, Top Knobs/Hardware Resources will send out a donation recap on the amount of product dollars donated and their match. They’ll start dispersing products as soon as the non-profits are ready, donating products that are most in need. Habitat For Humanity will be very active helping low-income families and the elderly rebuild, and they will identify additional non-profit groups in New Jersey helping low-income families and the elderly repair their homes.

 

 

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