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Kimble Chase Donates to The Smile Train

March 25, 2011

On March 14th, 2011, laboratory dealers created smiles around the world when they attended an event organized by Kimble Chase, the largest manufacturer of laboratory glassware worldwide. For each dealer who attended, Kimble Chase made a donation to The Smile Train, a charitable organization dedicated to repairing children’s cleft lips and palates.

Vineland, NJ (PRWEB) March 24, 2011

On March 14th, 2011, laboratory dealers created smiles around the world when they attended an event organized by Kimble Chase, the largest manufacturer of laboratory glassware worldwide. For each dealer who attended, Kimble Chase made a donation to The Smile Train, a charitable organization dedicated to repairing children’s cleft lips and palates. The event, “Creating a World of Smiles,” was held at the World of Coca-Cola in downtown Atlanta, GA during Pittcon 2011. Over 85 people attended the event resulting in a donation large enough for 10 surgeries.

“We are delighted to support The Smile Train,” said Kelly Williams, global marketing director at Kimble Chase LLC. “This organization’s simplicity and focus is admirable and we are glad to be able to help contribute to their cause,” she added. In 2010, Kimble Chase launched its Global Labware Advancing Scientific Solutions campaign to emphasize its global leadership in manufacturing and selling laboratory glassware. This year’s “Creating a World of Smiles” further underscores the worldwide use of Kimble Chase products for medical and scientific research.

For more information, contact Kimble Chase toll free in the US and Canada at 1-888-546-2531. International customers can contact Kimble Chase at 1-856-692-8500, or visit the website: http://www.kimble chase.com.

About The Smile Train:

The Smile Train is the world’s leading cleft lip charity with thousands of partners and programs in 78 countries. There are millions of children around the world that face difficult lives due to cleft lips and palate. The Smile Train is on a mission to not only provide free cleft surgery to children in developing countries, but also to provide knowledge and training to doctors. You can help children receive free surgeries by donating to The Smile Train either online at http://www.smiletrain.org or by calling 1-800-932-9541.

About Kimble Chase, LLC:

Kimble Chase Life Science and Research Products was formed in July 2007, as a result of a joint venture formed from specific operations of Thermo Fisher Scientific and Gerresheimer Glass, Inc. The company is dedicated to the design, manufacture and distribution of a full range of reusable, disposable and specialty glassware for pharmaceutical, chromatography, environmental, petrochemical, life science, government, and academic laboratories. Kimble Chase manufactures well-known brands as KIMAX, Kimble, Kontes, and Chase.

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