CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. – On Friday, March 11, Dot Foods’ Cambridge City distribution center presented the Cambridge City Fire Department with a check for $1,500 to go toward the purchase of new turnout gear.

Dot Foods’ Indiana Charitable Contribution Committee members Jim Edwards, Gina Ruffcorn, Rosalie Brown, Jennifer Moistner, and Desiree Roszell pose with Cambridge City Fire Chief David Shank, Assistant Chief Jeff Gabbard, Captain Zac Shank, firefighter Julie Shank, and firefighter Chandler Shank (photo to the right).

The Charitable Committee makes approximately 100 donations per year to local charities and organizations surrounding Cambridge City. This is the second donation Dot has made to the fire department. Dot helped sponsor the Smart Choice for Life program, a fire safety program for fourth graders. 

Dot Foods Inc. carries 92,000 products from 500 food industry manufacturers and is the largest food redistributor in the United States. Dot Foods and Dot Transportation sell and deliver foodservice, convenience, retail, vending, equipment and supplies to leading distributors in all 50 states. Dot Foods operates eight distribution centers in: Modesto, Calif.; Vidalia, Ga.; Burley, Idaho; Mt. Sterling, Ill.; Cambridge City, Ind.; Williamsport, Md.; Liverpool, N.Y.; and Ardmore, Okla.