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Bid on Ver-Mac products through Feb. 18 to support The Foundation

All money raised through the auction goes to Foundation charitable efforts

ATSSA member Ver-Mac is auctioning two roadway safety products with all money raised going to The ATSS Foundation.

Bidding is now open and the auction runs through Feb. 18 at 3 p.m. EST.

The items being auctioned are:

  • A PCMS-1500 Pro Series G3 portable changeable message sign that can be used for highway construction, smart work zones and special events.
  • A Smart Arrowboard -25 LED, which is a trailer-mounted arrow board that can be used for highway construction, utility work, smart work zones and by departments of transportation (DOTs).

Full details about these and other Ver-Mac products for roadway safety are available at the company’s products page.

Bidding is handled directly through Ver-Mac. For questions about the auction, contact Manuela Bayeran of Ver-Mac, manuela.bayeran@ver-mac.com.

Ver-Mac is a family owned business based in Quebec. It manufactures variable message signs, arrow boards, temporary traffic signals and other items in both its Quebec and Houston locations for distribution worldwide.

“We appreciate Ver-Mac’s generous offer to host an auction and donate 100% of the proceeds from the auction of two roadway safety products to The Foundation,” said Foundation Director Lori Diaz. “It is the generosity of our members that enables us to assist the loved ones of roadway workers killed or permanently disabled in work zone incidents.”

Details are available online for anyone interested in hosting an auction to benefit The Foundation.

The Foundation also offers other options for people wishing to support the charitable arm of ATSSA. The Foundation offers charitable programs that assist loved ones of work zone workers killed or permanently disabled in work zone incidents and educates the public about roadway safety.

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