NEENAH, WI – July 28, 2017 - Plexus (NASDAQ: PLXS), a leading engineering, manufacturing and aftermarket services provider, announced that their fourth annual Plexus Run for Hope will support the Harbor House of Appleton, Wisconsin in their mission to create awareness to prevent domestic violence and abuse.
Angelo Ninivaggi, Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, commented, “Our goal for the Plexus Run for Hope is to engage the Fox Valley community to promote wellness and healthier lifestyles while also supporting local charities and people in need. This year we have added a 10K run alongside the traditional 5K distance, and both events will be timed with top finishers receiving awards. With these developments, we aim to turn the program into a significant community running event.”
Since its inception, the Plexus Run has resulted in donations to the Theda Clark Foundation, the Fox Valley Brain Tumor Coalition, Boys and Girls Club of the Fox Valley and the Neenah Cross Country Booster Club. Further information about the Plexus Run for Hope can be found at www.plexusrunforhope.com. Learn more about the Harbor House at www.harborhousewi.org.
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