MegaCorp Logistics CEO Donates Two Vehicles
MegaCorp founder and CEO Ryan Legg recently donated two vehicles to charitable causes on behalf of MegaCorp Logistics. This past Christmas MegaCorp adopted a family, and during this process, Legg learned they were in need of a vehicle. To their surprise, Legg presented the much-needed vehicle to them this spring.
The recipient of the vehicle, Cherie J., said she was “Happy she could pick up her children from school and see out-of-state family.” She went on to state how thankful she was for Ryan, MegaCorp, and this “life-changing gift.”
Legg and MegaCorp also donated an Escalade SUV to Women’s Aid in Crisis (WAIC) in Elkins, WV, where MegaCorp has a satellite office. According to The Inter-Mountain publication, “WAIC Director J. Leigh Palmer said the organization greatly appreciates the donation of a sport utility vehicle, noting it will assist in providing service for their clients and give them greater opportunity to become independent.”
Ryan Legg appreciates the opportunity to give back to those in need. Legg said, “An important part of MegaCorp’s culture is to give back to the community, and I am always thrilled whenever we are able to do so.”
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