PORT JEFFERSON STATION, N.Y., Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- OccuNomix International LLC, the leader in high visibility work wear and safety products, announced today a donation of nearly $100,000 in much needed clothing and warming packs to those hardest hit by SuperStorm Sandy.
Douglas Rose, Chairman of OccuNomix and Managing Partner of Gardner Webster Capital Partners, noted "OccuNomix is a Long Island, New York based company and we're doing everything possible to help bring some comfort to those affected by the storm. These are our friends, neighbors, relatives, customers and employees."
The donation consisted of warm clothing needed as temperatures continue to drop in the Tri-State area. Jackets, sweatshirts, rainwear and warming packs were sent to Niederhoffer Foundation/MJE Sandy Relief, and then distributed to local community organizations such as The Church of the Nazarene, FAITH and PS 37.
About OccuNomix International LLC:OccuNomix "Breaks through the Ordinary" with innovative, quality safety clothing for workers exposed to traffic, ergonomic stress, flame hazards, head and hand injuries, and temperature extremes. Formed over 20 years ago as an ergonomic safety product innovator, OccuNomix has established leadership in a select range of safety work wear. OccuNomix products are sold exclusively through premium distributors in all 50 states and internationally. SOURCE OccuNomix International LLC