Chicago-Based Company Helps Outfit Schools Near & Far

ScreenHunter_01 Oct. 09 14.48 I don't usually run feel-good stories pitched by PR folks but this one seems pretty harmless (A Lesson in Giving). 
In it, TIME Magazine tells the story about how Chicago-based Sagus
International came to donate a truckload of school furniture to that
school in South Carolina that everyone remembers from President Obama's
speech last winter (Martin Middle
School in Dillon). Apparently all the media attention and political
concern hadn't resulted in school-level action.  The company has also
helped remake a science lab (at Payton) and a social studies room (at Harper).

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