Giving Back: Mactac ‘Adopts’ Eight Local Families This Holiday Season

The company has been a part of the Stow, Ohio, community for 60 years and believes in giving back.

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Mactac, a Stow, Ohio-based manufacturer of pressure sensitive films, announces that it has “adopted” eight local families this holiday season, providing them with clothes, toys, grocery and gas cards, diapers and more through the Akron Children’s Hospital Palliative Care ‘Adopt A Family’ program.

Mactac partnered with the hospital to identify families within the Stow and Cuyahoga Falls city limits who are in need of assistance to help make the holiday season brighter this year.

Among the eight families, Mactac will be donating items to a total of 21 children and young adults who range in age from 13 months to 22 years old.

“Everyone deserves a memorable and enjoyable holiday-especially young children,” says Brittany Eppley, corporate marketing communications manager for Mactac. “We, like so many others in our community with kind and giving hearts, are happy to help spread a little extra joy to those who are going through a difficult time. Mactac has been headquartered in Stow since 1959 and supporting our community is extremely important to our employees.”

Mactac employees will be gathering items to donate throughout the next month and will deliver the donations prior to the Christmas holiday.

With 170 employees, Mactac has been one of Stow’s largest businesses for almost 60 years.


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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