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Grove crane to be custom-wrapped for autism awareness

Nimble Crane is raising awareness for autism with its custom wrapped Grove GMK5150L.

Texas-based crane hire company, Nimble Crane, is custom wrapping its Grove GMK5150L all-terrain crane to raise awareness for Autism Awareness Month.

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With the cause coming up in April, Nimble Crane will wrap its crane with a vibrant, autism awareness wrap as part of its support for the cause. The Odessa-based company began advocating for autism awareness when VP of Business, Josh Robbins, a close friend of a parent with an autistic child, took the lead on the cause, of which the company has now been a strong voice for multiple years.

“We intend to use our platform to shine light on autism awareness while addressing other relevant social topics within our community, driving meaningful change,” said Ben Ellis, Nimble Crane’s president. “We are proud of this initiative, and it will mark the first time one of our cranes will serve as an ambassador for autism awareness to both the oilfield and community that supports us.”

While the company has promoted autism awareness in recent years, this is the first time one of its most active cranes will emblazon the colourful wrap. In April, Nimble Crane plans to share photos of the crane on its website and social media platforms along with information on the company’s initiatives aimed at raising funds for autism awareness. Nimble Crane’s workforce includes individuals with autistic children, underscoring the company’s commitment to the issue.

“Our goal is to launch a newly wrapped GMK on a social topic that is paramount to us and the community every time we purchase a new Grove,” said Ellis. “We have three more that we plan on launching in the future.”

Visit this website to see how to help raise awareness in Australia.


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