Coatings company donates paint for patriotic tank displays

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Dec. 3, 2002 -- Tnemec Company has made public an offer to provide municipality officials, city engineers and coatings providers with star-spangled colors for their tanks.

The company will provide red, white and blue colors for paintings of the American flag on the sides of water tanks in an effort to support national spirit.

Tnemec and a local coatings consultant will provide the coatings and contact the applicators needed to paint the towers. To participate, contact Mike Daffron at 1-800-863-6321 or at marketing@tnemec.com.

Provide Tnemec with the following information:

• Name and location of tower
• Current coatings system used
• Project start date
• Shipping and contact information

Costs associated with surface preparation are not included in the offer. To ensure system compatibility, only Tnemec-coated water towers qualify.

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