NEWS: Transervice Employees Help the Book Fairies Spread Magic in New York

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. – June 12, 2019 – Transervice Logistics Inc. just concluded its month-long drive collecting and donating nearly 400 books, CDs, DVDs and magazines for The Book Fairies, a Long Island based non-profit organization that will distribute these materials to people in need throughout metropolitan New York. These donations foster literacy and academic success, provide a respite from personal struggles and nurture a love of reading across all age groups.

Filling 10 bankers boxes full of donations in the Transervice corporate conference room are (top/l. to. r.) Joseph Evangelist, Executive Vice President and Tammy Pitts, Accounting Associate; (bottom/l. to r.) Jay Scheer, Warranty Administrator and Wendy Swerdlow, HR Associate.

“Even in this digital age, there’s still something magical about holding a book and reading a story that lets you escape into another time and place simply by turning a page,” said Evangelist. “The annual Book Fairies drive has become one of our most beloved community outreach programs for Transervice employees.”

About The Book Fairies

The Book Fairies provides donated books to those in need. The organization is committed to decreasing the high rates of illiteracy in the New York area by collecting new and/or gently used books and matching them with libraries, schools, teachers and organizations in need that would not otherwise have the means to obtain them. Since its inception in 2012, The Book Fairies has donated over 1 million books to over 500 underprivileged schools and organizations across Long Island and the greater New York metropolitan area.

Transervice Logistics Inc., headquartered in Lake Success, NY, provides customized transportation solutions including logistics, dedicated contract carriage, fleet leasing, contract maintenance, and material handling equipment leasing and maintenance. The company maintains more than 122 regional and local facilities across North America and manages over 24,500 pieces of equipment.