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Toray Celebrates With The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp at 31st Annual Big Apple Bash

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp returned to the iconic Tavern on the Green restaurant nestled inside New York City’s Central Park to celebrate its 31st Annual Big Apple Bash on Saturday, November 12th. The event raised $1.8 million to support the Camp’s programs. Toray made a financial contribution to the Camp’s fundraiser and Franco Chicarella, Director of Sales at Toray, joined in the celebration.

More than 450 guests gathered for the bash and enjoyed a bountiful assortment of food and beverages and a variety of activities, performances, music, and dancing. The Camp’s CEO, Jimmy Canton, kicked off the evening by sharing some Hole in the Wall updates. Camper Shariah shared her challenging journey with undifferentiated embryonal sarcoma of the liver and described how Hole in the Wall programs provided her family with community and support. Andrew, a first-time camper, talked about the fun and friendship he found at the Camp this past summer and brought the crowd to their feet with his awesome dance moves.

“We look forward every year to the Camp’s Big Apple Bash, so it was extra special to get together again in person,” said, Chicarella. “The campers are an inspiration and remind us to have a grateful attitude every day. It’s a privilege to be a friend and supporter of The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp.”

Toray Plastics (America), Inc., is a leading manufacturer of polyester, polypropylene, and metallized films and polypropylene and polyethylene foams. The company is committed to environmental, social, and corporate governance and aims to contribute to society through the creation of new value with innovative ideas, technologies, and products that help address global issues. R&D is focused on the development of materials that are fossil fuel-free, compostable, biodegradable, and/or recyclable. The company’s sustainability initiative, launched in 2004, includes the operating of three solar farms and two cogeneration systems, energy and water conservation, recycling, and zero landfill.

For more information, visit the Toray Plastics (America), Inc., website at www.toraytpa.com.

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