Gilman Precision Works with Elevate to Restore the Community

GRAFTON, Wis., October 8, 2015 – Gilman Precision supports and contributes to the Washington County Elevate Community Resource Center through the giving of financial resources.  Gilman commends the mission of Elevate, and hopes to become an advocate of encouraging and strengthening others to maintain a rewarding quality of life in the future.

Elevate honorably serves the community by working with adults and youth who struggle with substance abuse, mental health issues or high risk behavior.  This non-profit organization achieves this by promoting responsibility, accountability and dignity in all individuals, and focuses on the root causes of specific afflictions to prevent and restore at-risk members for the betterment of our community.

Doug Biggs, VP of Sales and Marketing remarked, “Elevate has had such a positive effect on many individuals, our team at Gilman is eager to get involved by promoting their mission and offering our resources.”

Gilman Precision develops customized slides and spindles for value-minded engineers with exacting needs and standards; and provides expert service for virtually any manufacturer’s equipment. Serving a variety of industries and applications, these engineered solutions are advanced by a highly skilled, knowledgeable and experienced team that delivers on-time and within budget. For more information, visit, or call (800) 445-6267.


If you would like more information about this topic please contact Douglas Biggs or email

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