Employees from Procter & Gamble's Tabler Station facility helped raise more than $105,000 for United Way of The Eastern Panhandle. From left: Keith Busby, P&G site HR leader; Penny Porter, CEO of United Way of The Eastern Panhandle; Heather Polinik ...
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Employees from Procter & Gamble’s Tabler Station facility helped raise more than $105,000 for United Way of The Eastern Panhandle. From left: Keith Busby, P&G site HR leader; Penny Porter, CEO of United Way of The Eastern Panhandle; Heather Polinik, director of resource development & marketing for United Way of The Eastern Panhandle; and Jaquar Moorman, 2017 P&G United Way campaign coordinator.
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