From the underground

Underground Vaults & Storage Continues Adopt-A-Family Tradition

Hutchinson, Kan- For the third year in a row, Underground Vaults and Storage (UV&S) is participating in the Adopt-A-Family program coordinated by Country 102.9 and the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services. The outreach program helps provide a Christmas for low-income families who would otherwise not be able to celebrate the holidays due to their hardships.

UV&S Human Resources Director Misty Reimer, who coordinates UV&S’ involvement with Adopt-A-Family explained why UV&S chose to participate in the program. She stated that “instead of using all of our money on decorations and entertainment for our holiday party, we felt that it would be more rewarding to give to a needy family.”

Reimer received a family profile along with a wish list of items the family requested. She pointed out that families “ask for mainly clothes.” She also mentioned that she includes toy items that the children request.

For more information about Adopt-A-Family, contact your local Social and Rehabilitation Services Center. In this area, Country 102.9 reported that all 250 families in the Reno, Rice, Harvey, and McPherson County areas have been adopted.

Underground Vaults & Storage Inc. (UV&S), a privately-held information and records management company established in 1959, operates 3 underground and 3 above ground secure storage facilities. It is perhaps known best for storing millions of items including movie films, data tapes, and paper records, within a 650 foot deep salt mine in Kansas. Clients from across the United States and around the world entrust important records, data, and assets to Underground Vaults & Storage.