Plexus donates more than $200K to children’s charities

Tarl Robinson Plexus CEO, Sgt. Zach Roberts of Toys for Tots, Linda Davidson of Our Military Kids, and Alec Clark Plexus Chief Marketing Officer (submitted photo)

Tarl Robinson Plexus CEO, Sgt. Zach Roberts of Toys for Tots, Linda Davidson of Our Military Kids, and Alec Clark Plexus chief marketing officer (submitted photo)

Scottsdale-based Plexus Worldwide, a leading direct-marketing weight-loss and health-supplement seller, presented two donations totaling $202,143.88 to Toys for Tots and Our Military Kids.

The donations are a result of single day sales during special events.

Toys for Tots received $123,649.53 from Cyber Monday (Nov. 30), while Our Military Kids received $78,494.35 following a Veterans Day sale, according to a press release.

“We were overwhelmed by the support of our customers and ambassadors to donate to these worthwhile organizations,” stated Tarl Robinson, CEO of Plexus Worldwide, in the release. “Plexus Worldwide looks forward to more opportunities to help worthwhile organizations like Toys for Tots and Our Military Kids in the years to come.”

Plexus offers its ambassadors several special days each year where a set percentage of all sales is directed to a non-profit organization.

“Our 250,000 ambassadors from across the U.S. continue to inspire us by their commitment to helping their communities and giving to good causes like Toys for Tots and Our Military Children,” stated Alec Clark, chief marketing officer for Plexus Worldwide, in the release.  “It’s wonderful to see our donations from our Veterans Day and Cyber Monday campaigns have led to a three-fold increase compared to what we donated in 2014.”

Scottsdale-based Plexus Worldwide is a leading direct-marketing weight-loss and health-supplement seller that was recently named No. 8 on the 2014 Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies, stated the release.

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