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Lakeland Polymers Receives 2021 VSC Recycling Award

Vinyl Sustainability Council

December 27, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The Vinyl Sustainability Council (VSC), a self-funded business council advancing sustainability in the vinyl industry, presented the 2021 Recycling Award at its annual meeting to Lakeland Polymers, of Boonton, New Jersey, for their Flex-Tech Gas Hose Recycling Program. “Lakeland’s innovative reprocessing strategy allows them to turn scrap from two different types of plastic into a reusable feedstock for alternative applications,” said Jay Thomas, executive director of the Vinyl Sustainability Council. “This type of product innovation keeps PVC out of the landfill.” The Vinyl Sustainability Council’s Recycling Award recognizes the efforts of recyclers and product manufacturers with operations in North America that find new solutions and or markets for PVC end-of-life or scrap materials, increase use of recycled vinyl content in their products, and/or engage in partnerships with companies in take-back programs. Lakeland Polymers Flex-Tech Gas Hose Recycling Program Lakeland Polymers, a plastic recycling company, takes pride in addressing and solving challenges for their customers. In February 2021, Lakeland Polymers partnered with Flex-Tech Hose of San Marcos, TX to find a solution for a PVC and copolyester waste issue. Lakeland was able to develop a custom recycling process which allowed the incompatible materials in the scrap to be processed into a reusable form. “Our experience in recycling PVC scrap materials gives us the ability to develop solutions to reclaim hard to recycle items. This project was another step for us to help minimize waste and further our sustainability efforts for our customers and suppliers.” said David Maute, Co-Owner of Lakeland Polymers. “Thank you to the VSC for recognizing our work on this successful venture, and for granting us this award.” Lakeland processes over 45,000 pounds a month of PVC scrap material from Flex-Tech in this program. So far, the partnership has diverted over 325,000 pounds of PVC from landfills extending the life and sustainable use of vinyl. About the Vinyl Sustainability Council The Vinyl Sustainability Council (VSC), founded in 2016 in partnership with the Vinyl Institute, is a council created to advance the vinyl industry’s efforts in addressing sustainability. The VSC is a collaborative platform for companies, organizations, and other industry stakeholders to come together to create a sustainable development path for the industry. For more information, please visit /. About Lakeland Polymers Established in 1999, Lakeland Polymers has continually expanded its sustainability reach, recycling over 180 million pounds of post-industrial and post-consumer plastics in the last two years. While rigid and flexible PVC account for more than 50% of Lakeland Polymers’ recycling efforts, they have diversified into other markets including olefins, PVB, Nylon, and PET. They have created and maintained relationships with clients in the U.S., Europe, and Mexico to promote sustainability, keep material out of landfills, and reduce raw material costs. In addition to a main office in New Jersey, they expanded into Ohio in 2017. They now have offices and over 60,000 sq. ft in warehouse space in Ohio. Lakeland Polymers offers grinding, sorting, material consolidation, and repackaging to help promote their zero-landfill goal. For more information, please visit View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from Vinyl Sustainability Council on

December 27, 2021 08:01 AM Eastern Standard Time

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New Smart-contract based Crypto Platform Begins Global Operations


BNBXMAS, a smart contract-based Dapp built on the Binance Smart Chain that allows users to invest in cryptocurrencies, on Monday claimed that with deposits in BNBXMAS, users can expect to earn reliable daily returns ranging from 7.8 per cent to 17 per cent daily. The smart contract allows users to start with as little as 0.01 BNB to get their profits up. Launching this XMAS season, BNBXMAS has been built to get the most out of the Binance Smart Chain without investing excessive amounts of time and resources into it. "The Binance Smart Chain (BSC) has experienced a surge in its blockchain activity, including token swaps, decentralised applications, non-financial tokens, and decentralised currency markets. One of the most beneficial aspects of the BSC is that it allows for cross-chain atomic exchanges while charging gas prices that are over 20 times cheaper than those charged by other chains," the firm said in a statement. Because of its Proof-of-stake Authority (PoSA), consensus may be used as a high-speed infrastructure, beneficial for DeFi applications. As a result, it is ideal for widespread adoption. Moreover, BEP-20 tokens provide borderless DeFi prospects because once a token is released on the Binance Smart Chain, it may be readily transferred between several blockchains. It also contributes to the simplification of interoperability across the whole ecosystem. BNBXMAS is conscientious about the security of the smart contract. It has been confirmed to be completely secure, with no flaws, backdoors, or fraud scripts discovered, as reported by the audit report prepared by Haze Crypto. With revolutionary growth experienced in similar offerings, BNBXMAS is positioned to become one of the most profitable yield farming Dapps on the BSC. The users can generate a return of 119 to 234 per cent on their money within the deposit period of 7 and 30 days. To make profits with BNBXMAS a user just needs to visit and familiarise with the UI and FAQs. Select the deposit period that a user wants to use for investment. Enter the amount of BNB to deposit, click ' Invest '. Following deposit, one will be presented with a referral link to share with others. Forward this to your friends to get a percentage of the money they deposit in the smart contract. BNBXMAS provides investors with a referral programme that is divided into five categories. This makes up for 11.5 per cent in commission. A referral link is given to the user once they have invested in the smart contract. Users who spread the word about this link to their friends will get extra rewards on each deposit their referrals make. For more information, head to About BNBXMAS BNBXMAS, a smart contract-based Dapp built on the Binance Smart Chain that allows users to invest in cryptocurrencies. BNBXMAS has been built to get the most out of the Binance Smart Chain without investing excessive amounts of time and resources into it. Contact Details Tree Bee PR Akhlaq Ahmad +91 98109 05699 Company Website

December 27, 2021 07:50 AM Eastern Standard Time

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QX Augments Senior Leadership Team

QX Global Group

QX Global Group, a global leader in knowledge process outsourcing services with a significant and growing presence in North America, today announced the appointment of Sagar Ahuja as a Board Director with an additional role of CEO of QX Accounting Services. Mr. Ahuja will drive the strategic growth of the QX Accounting Services business division as well as play a vital role in ensuring overall client and customer success by further expanding the business into the North American and Australian Markets. With rich experiences spanning across more than 16 years and deep domain knowledge in providing outsourcing services to accounting firms, CPAs, and EAs across the UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand, Mr. Ahuja has led organizational development, strategic planning and leadership development mandates in his previous stints. Commenting on the appointment, Mr. Frank Robinson, Group CEO, QX Global Group, said, “We are very excited to have Sagar join our Board of Directors and lead QX Accounting Services, especially at time when QX Global Group is accelerating expansion in North America and Australia. Sagar recognizes the unique opportunity that our services provide to accounting firms in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland and Australia, which makes him a great fit for QX as we grow our business across all these regions. I know I speak for the other board members when I say that we look forward to the valuable perspective he will provide related to QX’s strategy, operations and management Sagar is an ACCA (The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) qualified chartered accountant from the UK with an MBA from Cardiff University. His knowledge and functional expertise include a proven track record of successfully developing and leading multidisciplinary teams with a firm commitment to client servicing, establishing business and stakeholder objectives while delivering growth and profitability. He will be based in Noida, India and report to Mr. Frank Robinson. “I am thrilled to be a part of QX and have already felt the great sense of community here with my colleagues and the leadership team. This is a great time to join QX as we accelerate our global expansion plans, and develop our amazing talent to become a global leader,” says Sagar Ahuja, CEO, QX Accounting Services. QX has carved out a formidable niche in providing exceptional services in Finance and Accounting, Recruitment Consulting and Accounting Services. Organizations across fifteen industries vouch for QX’s services in key business areas such as accounts outsourcing, F&A outsourcing, back-office recruitment services, IT & business transformation advisory. The QX family of more than 2,000 professionals based out of the four delivery centres in India continues to unlock business value by improving process efficiencies and automation. About QX Global Group QX Global Group is a leading provider of business process management services. With over 17 years of accounting and recruitment process outsourcing experience, we help our clients unlock business value by improving process efficiencies and automation in the accounting and recruitment function to enable business transformation. We are based out of the UK with offices in the USA, Canada, Australia and India. Contact Details Vishal Kurani +1 646-693-9693 Company Website

December 27, 2021 06:06 AM Central Standard Time

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Copper Property CTL Pass Through Trust Sells its JCPenney Distribution Center Portfolio for $557.2 Million

Copper Property CTL Pass Through Trust

Copper Property CTL Pass Through Trust (the “Trust”) announced today that it has sold its JCPenney Distribution Center Portfolio for $557.2 Million generating a blended disposition yield of 6.35% in an all-cash transaction. The portfolio is comprised of six distribution centers aggregating 10.1 million square feet and currently generates annual base rent of approximately $35.4 million. The properties are subject to a long-term triple net master lease with JCPenney. The Trust sold the six distribution centers to National Industrial Portfolio Property Owner, LLC. The net proceeds from the distribution center portfolio sale will be distributed to certificateholders along with any net proceeds generated from additional property sales in December 2021. The Trust plans to announce these distributions and its net cash provided by operations in its regular monthly report, scheduled for January 10, 2022. Commenting on the sales, Neil Aaronson, Principal Executive Officer of the Trust stated, “We are very pleased with the sale of our distribution center portfolio, which was part of the Trust’s continuing effort to sell our properties to third-party purchasers subject to market conditions and the conditions set forth in the Trust’s trust agreement. We believe this sale is demonstrative of the strong underlying market conditions, as well as the market’s recognition of the strong performance of JC Penney post reorganization.” Mr. Aaronson concluded, “As the retail industry corrects, we continue to see strong interest in our remaining 149 retail assets.” Hilco JCP, LLC, an affiliate of Hilco Real Estate, LLC and Manager of the Trust and Eastdil Secured represented the Trust in this transaction. Additional information on this sale and other pertinent details can be found on the Trust’s website, located at About Copper Property CTL Pass Through Trust Copper Property CTL Pass Through Trust (the “Trust”) was established to acquire 160 retail properties and 6 warehouse distribution centers (the “Properties”) from J.C. Penney as part of its Chapter 11 plan of reorganization. The Trust’s operations consist solely of owning, leasing and selling the Properties. The Trust’s objective is to sell the Properties to third-party purchasers as promptly as practicable. The Trustee of the trust is GLAS Trust Company LLC. The Trust is externally managed by an affiliate of Hilco Real Estate LLC. The Trust is intended to be treated, for tax purposes, as a liquidating trust within the meaning of United States Treasury Regulation Section 301.7701-4(d). For more information, please visit Forward Looking Statement This news release contains certain “forward-looking statements”. All statements other than statements of historical fact are “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements may be identified by the use of forward looking terminology such as “anticipate,” “believe,” “continue,” “could,” “estimate,” “expect,” “intend,” “may,” “might,” “our vision,” “plan,” “potential,” “preliminary,” “predict,” “should,” “will,” or “would” or the negative thereof or other variations thereof or comparable terminology and include, but are not limited to, the Trust’s expectations or beliefs concerning future events and stock price performance. The Trust has based these forward-looking statements on its current expectations, assumptions, estimates and projections. While the Trust believes these expectations, assumptions, estimates and projections are reasonable, such forward-looking statements are only predictions and involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond its control. These factors, including those discussed in the Trust’s Registration Statement on Form 10 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), may cause its actual results, performance or achievements to differ materially from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements. For a further list and description of such risks and uncertainties, please refer to the Trust’s filings with the SEC that are available at The Trust cautions you that the list of important factors included in the Trust’s SEC filings may not contain all of the material factors that are important to you. In addition, in light of these risks and uncertainties, the matters referred to in the forward-looking statements contained in this news release may not in fact occur. The Trust undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by law. Contact Details Copper Property CTL Pass Through Trust Larry Finger | Chief Principal Officer +1 310-526-1707 IRRealized LLC Mary Jensen +1 310-526-1707 Company Website

December 23, 2021 03:15 PM Central Standard Time

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Behind the Wheel: the IVECO Solidarity Cargo Makes up for Lost Time

CNH Industrial

The IVECO Solidarity cargo initiative, now in its sixth year, helped the population of a small town in Brazil recapture missed opportunities caused by the ongoing global pandemic. Watch this feel good holiday episode from CNH Industrial’s Behind the Wheel series at: The global pandemic has left in its wake a trail of broken dreams, missed opportunities and lives put on hold. Thankfully, though, stories of hope and happiness are beginning to emerge. The town of Cantanhede in the state of Maranhão, northeast Brazil, is one such story and was chosen by IVECO, the commercial vehicles brand of CNH Industrial N.V. (NYSE: CNHI /MI: CNHI), for its Solidarity Cargo 2021 edition. The project supports culture, education, and health initiatives that have suffered from the impacts of the pandemic and the video highlights how the Solidarity Cargo has been able to help. We meet Maria, 70, overjoyed at having received new sewing machines donated by the Solidarity Cargo allowing her to prepare the costumes for the local Tambor de Crioula dance festival. Neide, who runs a community project explains how the donation from IVECO of 300 Christmas toys for children will be the highlight at the revived monthly meeting of the villagers at their community centre. And there is an emotional interview with Gilcineia, a teacher at the Fimina dos Santos Barros Municipal School who describes how the Solidarity Cargo has donated computers and science equipment to her pupils. The Solidarity Cargo Project was started in Brazil in 2015 and brings help to those living in situations of social vulnerability in states such as Bahia, Minas Gerais, and Pará. Towns and cities in these areas were selected due to their low Human Development Index (HDI). The tool, developed by the United Nations, measures levels of social and economic development. CNH Industrial and IVECO are proud to support these local communities with the Solidarity Cargo delivering hope and happiness at this special time of year. Watch the episode at: View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from CNH Industrial on

December 23, 2021 04:01 PM Eastern Standard Time

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Verizon Announces $250,000 Donation to Wounded Warrior Project


To mark the celebration of Veteran’s Day across the U.S, Verizon has announced that it will donate $250,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project, a U.S. based charity supporting a variety of veteran programs and services designed to help American veterans build the future they deserve. The donation underscores Verizon’s long-standing commitment to the military community across the U.S., and comes off the back of a week of Veteran’s Day celebrations and activities across the company. “I’m extremely proud of the thousands of military service members and veterans who are strengthening our business every day as part of the V Team”, said Tami Erwin, CEO of Verizon Business. “As executive sponsor of VALOR, Verizon’s employee resource group dedicated to supporting our military community, I’ve seen first hand how committed and proud our servicemen and women are about their time in the military. We are a stronger team, a stronger business, and a stronger society as a result of their contributions, and we are eternally grateful for their service”. If you would like to make your own donation to the Wounded Warrior Project, please visit their website, at Media contact: Timo Burbidge View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from Verizon on

December 23, 2021 12:21 PM Eastern Standard Time

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World Federation of Youth Clubs Appoints Three Board Members Broadening Expertise and International Impact

World Federation of Youth Clubs

Orlando, Fla., December 23, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The World Federation of Youth Clubs (WFYC) supports organizations that care for the well-being of young people, especially those who may not have resources to champion their cause. The WFYC offers expertise and guidance, with a focus on enhancing and advancing youth development globally. Following more than a decade of collaboration with international youth organizations, along with helping create clubs in Mexico and South Africa, the WFYC was officially established in 2019, by co-founders, Rick and Susan Goings. Based in Orlando, Florida, it currently serves member organizations in 36 countries, representing 3,160 Clubs, serving 336,000 youth. These facility-based organizations provide educational programs, personal and leadership development, family engagement, and community involvement. With almost 200 countries around the globe, WFYC’s goal is to serve youth clubs in every country, providing a positive environment and a safe place for young people everywhere. Learn more at WFYC is pleased to announce the appointment of three Board members: Ian Solomon, Dean of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, University of Virginia; Kyle Maryanski, PwC Trust Solutions Partner, Chicago; and Simon Hemus, Vice Chairman (retired) Tupperware Brands Corporation. “I am thrilled to welcome Ian, Kyle and Simon to WFYC as we enter 2022 and expand our reach to those young people who need us most,” said Rick Goings, Chairman and Co-founder. “These three dynamic leaders, with experience, dedication and passion for youth development, will bring tremendous value to our Board of Directors and the World Federation of Youth Clubs.” Ian Solomon joins the WFYC Board with an impressive career in government and higher education. Ian served as legislative counsel to then-Senator Barack Obama. During the Obama administration, he was appointed the U.S. Executive Director for the World Bank Group, where he championed private-sector development in Africa. He has been a consultant with McKinsey & Company, an associate dean and visiting lecturer at Yale Law School, and a vice president and lecturer at the University of Chicago. Before joining the Batten School, he led his own international consulting practice focused on conflict and collaboration. As Batten’s dean, he aims to cultivate the kind of effective leadership the world needs: curious, evidence-based, empathetic, and equipped to serve our diverse and rapidly changing world. Kyle Maryanski is a Trust Solutions Partner in the Consumer and Industrial Products sector of PwC. With the firm for 30 years, he has represented audit and non-audit clients in a variety of industries. In Kyle’s 18 years as a partner, he has worked primarily with large public companies. Leveraging his four years based in France and Germany, he has worked extensively with multi-national companies. He also served for over 10 years in a variety of roles within PwC’s leadership team. In his most recent role as Regional Assurance Leader for Mid-Central, Kyle was responsible for client service, business development and operating results for a $1 billion business unit with over 4,000 partners and staff. Additionally, Kyle and his wife Patti have been engaged with Boys & Girls Clubs in the USA and in Africa for many years. Simon Hemus has lived and worked in London, Tokyo, New York, Amsterdam, Switzerland, and Orlando. During his career with Avon Products, he served as Vice President of Sales/Marketing Avon Japan, Senior VP of Marketing in New York, and Corporate Vice President and Chairman of the Europe Management Board. At Sara Lee Corporation, he developed a dynamic division as President and CEO of their Direct Selling Division. He later joined Tupperware Brands Corporation as Group President, International Beauty, before serving as President and Chief Operating Officer. And, until his recent retirement, he was Vice Chairman, with operational focus and oversight for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa operations. Throughout his international career, Hemus has focused on advancing the standard of living of women, especially those from developing countries. Media Contact: Elinor Steele 407-729-6641 View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from World Federation of Youth Clubs on

December 23, 2021 12:01 PM Eastern Standard Time

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Advancing Energy Transition? Count Your Assets Too!


By Nilmino Roberts Today, as the vision of a carbon-free future is becoming more common, each sector is accelerating the energy transition through various strategies. These include deploying new technologies, investing in new infrastructure, revising policies, switching to renewable energy, converting less energy efficient plants to more efficient ones, electrifying transportation, and more. However, energy transition is not just about phasing out carbon-emitting energy sources and switching to renewable energy or greener fuel sources. Understanding the full life cycle of assets should be an integral part of this approach. As shown in the figure below, a holistic view of asset management and energy transition is required throughout the life cycle of an asset, from identifying the need for an asset to its operation and disposal phases.  It is therefore essential to consider energy transition through the asset management lens. The need for a power plant should trigger the need to think “green” and more environmentally sustainable energy solution, which will lead to rethink the asset design. A transit agency that commits to using zero-emission vehicles will need to consider how it will operationally be equipped to manage the new changes. Some of the considerations will be performing asset modifications, procurement of new inventory, training staff, safety considerations, new policies and guidelines throughout the implementation and life cycle of assets under consideration. It is no longer just about focusing on the technical aspects of the transition, it’s much more than that!  The introduction of new asset classes - for example, in the case of electric vehicles, charging stations - would introduce new responsibilities.  Effective management of these assets require attention in terms of finances and human resources. The challenges arising from this new paradigm shift are causing organizations to rethink the pace of change and influence their implementation decisions. Hence, change management becomes even more critical during this transformation.  In the process of phasing out assets as part of the transition, many assets carry the risk of being abandoned. 1  These may include fossil fuel power plants (to be closed), thermal generators, and even buildings.  The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) estimates that this risk may lead to the abandonment of energy infrastructure assets worth over USD 11 trillion. 2 People currently using these assets are also affected when they are abandoned. Upstream fossil fuel production and manufacturing are two sectors that are highly likely to be affected in this regard. Planning the asset disposal phase becomes essential to avoid massive job reductions and unemployment caused by abandoned assets, salvaging value out of abandoned assets and the responsible decommissioning of assets that are no longer needed, including repurposing for other uses. To make  the most of the energy transition, organizations need to understand the full life cycle of an asset and be able to map the driving forces involved and how they affect their operations and the wider communities they serve.  WSP understands this shift and responsibility and strive to guide clients to not only make informed decisions on the technical aspects of the energy transition, but also to help promote a viable and sustainable path forward.  "When it comes to energy transition, we are seeing increasing awareness and support from regulators, financiers, board members and end users of energy. However, much of the conversation is centered around the technology and the “what”, I believe its time these conversations need to include an end-to-end view of the “how”, this is where an approach supported by good Asset Management practices will enable meaningful longer-term outcomes for everybody!" Nilmino Roberts Principal Consultant Asset Management The International Energy Agency defines stranded assets as “those investments which have already been made but which, at some time prior to the end of their economic life (as assumed at the investment decision point), are no longer able to earn an economic return as a result of changes in the market and regulatory environment brought about by climate policy” (IEA, 2013).  1  Definition of stranded assets (while there are many definitions available) 2 IRENA – Global Energy Transformation  View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from WSP on

December 23, 2021 11:31 AM Eastern Standard Time

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FedEx Freight and the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation Delivering Joy to Military Families This Holiday Season

FedEx Corporation

MEMPHIS, Tenn., December 23, 2021 /3BL Media/ — FedEx Freight is proud to help military families make memories this holiday season. Since 2005, FedEx Freight has worked alongside the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation to deliver more than 260,000 Christmas trees to military families through the Trees for Troops® program. During one of the busiest seasons to date, the company will deliver trees to a total of 77 military bases this year. “Trees for Troops is our way to give back to those who have sacrificed so much for our safety and liberty in the U.S.,” said Lance Moll, President and CEO of FedEx Freight. “We are honored to lend our world-class operations network to the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation and be able to bring a little joy, gratitude, and encouragement to military families across the country.” FedEx Freight and the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation have delivered more than 260,000 real Christmas trees to military families since the program launched in 2005. Delivering trees at home Trees for Troops kicks off Nov. 29, as FedEx Freight drivers begin picking up fresh-cut Christmas trees from 55 locations and delivering them to more than 75 military bases throughout the U.S. The effort brings together hundreds of tree farms spanning 24 states – from Maine to Oregon – to help execute the program. Trees are delivered to all branches of the military. The Tag-a-Tree campaign allows the FedEx customers, community members, students, and many more to be a part of the Trees for Troops program. Holiday wishes and supportive notes are penned on tree tags and attached to each tree FedEx Freight delivers. Give a tree this season New this year, the public can buy and donate a tree to a base at participating tree farms and retail locations. Many of these locations offer online tree purchase options for shopper convenience. Trees must be purchased for donation by Dec. 5, to ensure pick-up and delivery by FedEx Freight. A full list of participating locations can be found at FedEx Freight participates with the Trees for Troops program as part of FedEx Cares, the company’s global community engagement program. For more information on the FedEx journey to positively impact 50 million people around the world by the company’s 50th anniversary in 2023, check out About FedEx Freight FedEx Freight, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX), is a leading provider of priority, premium and economy less-than-truckload (LTL) freight services. From fast-transit delivery of time-sensitive shipments to cost-effective options when customers can trade time for savings, FedEx Freight simplifies heavy and bulk shipping in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. FedEx Freight moves more than 100,000 LTL shipments each day, and with expanded service offerings like FedEx Freight Direct, shipments can also be safely delivered to and through the door for residences and businesses. FedEx Freight is headquartered in Memphis, Tenn. Nearly 43,000 team members across the network are driven to innovate for our customers and give back to the communities where we live and work. For more information, visit   About the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation and Trees for Troops The Christmas SPIRIT Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization that works to recognize and support the true spirit of Christmas through programs like Trees for Troops®. The foundation was established in 2005 and is among fewer than five percent of U.S. charities to be awarded the “Best in America” seal of excellence by Independent Charities of America. To learn more visit View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from FedEx Corporation on

December 23, 2021 11:01 AM Eastern Standard Time

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