••• CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY
We at City Machine Corporation try our best to do our part in the community. We believe in supporting the community that supports us in so many ways.
Recycling – At City Machine, we take every opportunity to decrease our carbon footprint. Recycling our office paper is one way we’re earth-conscience. We remove many pounds of scrap metal from our facility each month. Our scrap metal recycling program is something we are proud to take part in.
Community Outreach – We are always up for a challenge at City Machine and offer our help in the community when we see a project fit. If you have a project in need of machine shop help, give us a call!
Cause Involvement – Each year our shop participates in Katelynn’s Ride. Katelynn’s Ride was formed in memory of eleven-year old Katelynn Battista of West Springfield who lost her battle with cancer in 1997. Over the past 9 years, the event has successfully raised more than 1.2 million dollars in the fight against cancer!
••• ETERNAL FLAME
In 2003, City Machine Corporation assisted in creating a memorial for 9/11 victim Melissa Harrington-Hughes. Ms. Harrington-Hughes was on the 101st floor of the World Trade Center when the first plane hit. She was a 31-year-old newlywed, native to West Springfield, living in San Fransisco with her husband. She was in New York City on a business trip.
••• SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
The Greater Holyoke Chamber of Commerce named City Machine Corporation Small Business of the Year in 2000. We are proud to be honored in this way.