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February 7, 2020

Strang Receives Power of Many Award

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MADISON, February 27, 2020 –Strang was awarded the 2019 Power of Many Award from the United Way of Dane County at their annual Community Celebration in late February. President | CEO Larry Barton, Senior Vice President of Interior Design Erica Ostendorf-Mullins, and Director of Integrated Controls Systems Katie Lowery received the award on behalf of the firm.

The Power of Many Award recognizes companies with the largest growth of employee participation over the past year. Strang’s 2019 United Way Campaign raised over $12,000 for United Way, its affiliated partners, and other local nonprofits that employees are passionate about.

Aside from annual workplace giving campaigns, Strang employees volunteer their time throughout the year, including volunteering for United Way Day of Caring events, Habitat for Humanity builds, food pantries, and CANstruction.

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