Ultradent Offers Donations and Discounts to Harvey Victims

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Army National Guard photo by Lt. Zachary West.


Army National Guard photo by Lt. Zachary West.

In response to the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, Ultradent Products will donate $50,000 to the Saint Bernard Project as it works to aid in the rescue, relief, and rebuilding efforts of those affected by the storm. Ultradent also is offering dentists whose practices have been damaged by the hurricane $500 worth of free products, with 40% off all consumable products and 15% off all equipment purchases exceeding the initial $500.

“Hurricane Harvey, with its wind and flooding, has caused unprecedented, catastrophic damage in Texas,” said Dirk Jeffs, president of Ultradent. “Care is an important core value at Ultradent, and we want to extend a helping hand and show our care for the people who have been affected by this devastating storm.”

Ultradent has contributed to relief efforts associated with the Pulse Nightclub shooting, Typhoon Haiyan, Hurricane Sandy, and the earthquakes in Haiti and Ecuador. It also has donated more than 1.6 million pounds of food to the Utah Food Bank. The company contributes to various national and international dental humanitarian missions as well. For more about Ultradent’s disaster relief efforts, go to ultradent.com/harvey.

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