Doug, Khadijah and Tony are all smiles after dropping off 14 wonderful cartons for the 131st Trans Co. in AFG. Items included an Xbox 360, PS3, games, a popcorn machine, snacks, toiletries and lots of other goodies.
Livingston Services Corp.
South Plainfield, NJ
"We are honored and privileged to be able to help in this small way. On behalf of everyone at Livingston Services Corporation and The Saint Barnabas Healthcare System, thank you to CPT Howett and the troops for serving our country, protecting freedom, and supporting the quest for liberty."
John Monahan, Chief Operating Officer, Livingston Services Corporation, 16 March 2011
When Khadijah L. of Livingston Services Corporation contacted us, we had no idea she would represent a company and its COO who wanted to do so much for our troops. We gave them the 131st Transportation Company, which had just deployed to Afghanistan.
Well, on Saturday night, 22 January, they held their banquet and fund raiser and raised an astonishing $4,340! But what makes this event even more special is the fact that Livingston's COO, John M, contributed 575,000 Amex points so the team could buy fabulous gifts that the team could raffle off to the employees -- an iPod, iPad, Apple MacBook Air, Xbox 360 Kinect and a 40” Sharp LCD flatscreen TV.!
On Monday, March 14, Khadijah (along with Tony and Doug) delivered 14 cartons to Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon. We can't wait until the 131st Transportation Company gets all these goodies. All the boxes were beautifully packed, sealed, labeled with all customs forms filled out. Great job by the team!
We are extremely proud and grateful to call Khadijah, John and Livingston Services Corp and its employees our very Special Friends. And we're certain the 131st Trans Co will be thrilled once they see the fruits of these labors from these very Special Friends!
The team includes:
Khadijah L, team co-ordinator John M, COO Mary D, HR VP Michelle B, Office Manager
Khadijah and Alan K after applying the customs forms and traditional "UP" arrows to all the cartons.