The Cope Company Salt Donates $3000 to Mennonite Home Communities

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Mennonite Home Communities in Lancaster.  The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program. Every quarter a Cope Salt employee selects a non-profit AUTOBrine® customer for the gift.  Cope Salt employee, Alice Griffe, said she selected Mennonite Home Communities because, “they have been dedicated Cope Salt customers since 2000 and are a great organization.  Employees also speak very highly of the retirement community.”

The Cope Company Salt manufactures the AUTOBrine® System, which is an automatic brine system that solves the problem of the time-consuming, costly, and painstaking task of managing water

Pictured Greg Pierce(Dir. of Dev, Mennonite Home), Alice Griffe (Cope Salt, Accounting), Nelson King (CEO, Mennonite Home) and KC Kramer (AUTOBrine® Systems Manager, Cope Salt)

conditioning salt brine levels.  The AUTOBrine® System cuts costs and eliminates risks associated with handling heavy salt bags.  AUTOBrine® System also helps users reduce their carbon footprint.