A Decade of Canon/The National Center For Missing & Exploited Children

A Decade of Canon/The National Center For Missing & Exploited Children

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Celebrating a decade of sponsorship, Canon and the National Center for Missing& Exploited Children held the 10th Annual Canon Customer Appreciation Reception and NCMEC Celebrity Golf Tournament, January 9th and 10th, in Las Vegas.
 
"Canon’s continued commitment to protecting children is echoed in our corporate philosophy, Kyosei, all people, regardless of race, religion, or culture, harmoniously living and working together into the future," said Emily Reynolds, vice president and general manager, Corporate Communications, Canon U.S.A. "We are extremely proud to commemorate our 10th year as a sponsor of NCMEC and will continue to help protect children and raise awareness about the worldwide issues of child abduction and exploitation. To date, Canon’s support of NCMEC has contributed to the recovery of 291 missing children."
 
NCMEC President and CEO Ernie Allen said, "This year marks 25 years of operation for the National Center for Missing& Exploited Children, and in that time the organization has made great strides in the effort to make children safer. But that progress is only possible through the support of companies like Canon U.S.A., which has shown in their 10-year affiliation that it is deeply committed to our shared mission of child safety.  We are grateful for our long history of working together to combat child abduction and exploitation, and look forward to 10 more years of sponsorship."
 

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