LINDEN – On June 26, employees from Infineum’s Bayway Chemical Plant and Linden Business and Technology Center, along with family members and friends “Pulled for American Heroes.” This team of 20 individuals participated in the Knights of Columbus Army Tank Pull Challenge to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.
The fundraising event, which consists of teams pulling an 80,000 lbs. military tank on a flatbed a distance of 12 feet in the least amount of time possible, was created to give tribute to wounded warriors, while raising awareness about their struggles as they reintegrate to civilian life.
“Infineum’s U.S. operations and employees steadily commit their spirit, resources and time to community efforts and charitable causes such as this one. It makes me very proud to work with so many caring individuals,” said Bert Armeny, Bayway Chemical Plant manager.
The Infineum team takes a break after pulling an 80,000 lbs. military tank a distance of 12 feet at the Knights of Columbus Army Tank Pull Challenge to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. (Photo courtesy of Infineum)
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