Valtronic Strengthens Community Presence by Participating in The Strikes For Kids Cleveland Bowling Classic


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Valtronic, contract manufacturer of miniaturized electronic products for trusted medical device partners, announces that it is a sponsor for The Strikes For Kids Cleveland Bowling Classic presented by the Buckeye Health Plan. The company’s management team will participate in the event and Valtronic has purchased a lane.

The bowling classic is open to all ages and skill levels and will take place on Saturday, August 22 at AMF Brookgate, located at 14950 Snow Rd., Brook Park, OH 44142. The event will be hosted by the Cleveland Browns’ Danny Shelton, Phil Taylor, Craig Robertson and numerous other guests. Proceeds will benefit The Strikes For Kids giveaway program, which reward children ages 6-13 for their academic and athletic achievements. The giveaway will feature a $100 shopping spree to Toys R Us for kids in the Cleveland community.

“Valtronic is a firm believer in giving back to our local community and what better way than through helping children. By investing in them, we are investing in our future,” said Jay Wimer, President & General Manager of Valtronic U.S.A.

Strikes For Kids was founded in 2012 as a nonprofit organization that partners with more than 100 NFL athletes to benefit youth organizations in communities across the United States. The organization coordinates bowling, golf and softball events that allow local businesses, fans and the community with an opportunity to come together for a fun-filled event while supporting a great cause in the community. Proceeds from events go to assisting youth enrichment organizations in the specific community in which events are held such as Make-A-Wish, The Boys & Girls Club, The United Way and Children's Hospitals across the United States. For more information about the organization, visit www.strikesforkidscle.com.

About Valtronic

We innovate and manufacture miniaturized electronic products for our trusted medical device partners. We produce integrated electronic and mechanical products. Our customers are leading global suppliers of medical implants and devices, diagnostic imaging equipment and sensitive aerospace and industrial assemblies. For over 30 years we have helped hundreds of companies develop and produce Class II & III medical devices and advanced miniaturized electronic assemblies.

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