Haiti gets 240 generators from Briggs & Stratton

06/2/2010 | American City Business Journals

Briggs & Stratton donated 240 generators to light up emergency centers, clinics and classrooms that remain without power in areas of Haiti still devastated by the Jan. 12 earthquake. The donation is valued at $250,000 and consists of 5.5-kilowatt portable generators, called Storm Responders, that can provide electricity for a small home and can run for 13 hours on a tank of gasoline.

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