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Giving back to communities in need. Feeding those less fortunate who are hungry. Supporting nonprofits that make a difference in our neighborhoods. The future is bright when our customers, in alignment with Watson Land Company’s legacy of giving, also believe in contributing to our dynamic communities.
That’s why we are thrilled to highlight customers like Behr Paint Company. With the unique contributions of partners like Behr, our vision is exemplified in the local communities where we live and work.

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The support we give to our communities defines the foundation of our corporate values. This deep tradition of philanthropy has been in place since our company’s founding, with a focus on contributing in palpable, significant ways: from giving to youth programs to families in crisis to senior services to workforce development and literacy programs, to public safety, and to enhance the quality of life.

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We are pleased to recognize the 2020 Watson Land Company College Scholarship recipients: a selection of students who are pursuing their studies at institutions of higher education. WLC’s scholarship program was established in 1982 to provide financial assistance to qualified, promising young adults who live in the areas where we have a business presence. Since the scholarship program was established, Watson has awarded 38 scholarships to more than one hundred deserving future leaders of our communities. We are proud to honor these extraordinary individuals, as well as help to make a positive impact in the neighborhoods they reside in.

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At Watson Land Company, we believe that leading with quality, honesty, hard work, integrity, and respect is not only a way of building a great organization, it’s a better way to ensure our communities are strong. As such, we've sponsored PBS39’s Good Neighbor Award and those who are making an incredible impact on the Lehigh Valley community.

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On November 22, 2019, employees of Watson Land Company volunteered for a day of service at Catskill Avenue Elementary School. Our goal was to give back to the community by initiating a project at a local elementary school that uplifts students and the community. Watson partnered with local nonprofit Sharefest in coordinating our Employee Day of Service as Sharefest is dedicated to such projects and collaborating with Sharefest on the project at Catskill Avenue Elementary seemed a natural fit.

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  Just before the holidays a number of Watson employees had the pleasure of delivering school bags filled with books, educational and wellness supplies, and a Teddy Bear, to more than 80 first graders at Dominguez Street school in Carson where the Company has a significant presence, thanks to Watson Land Company’s partnership with the South...

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Watson Land Company’s community service and youth programs generate countless thank you letters throughout the year, but we thought one recent particularly thoughtful and sincere handwritten note from Evie Reidman merits sharing with an expectation that you will enjoy it as much as Watson’s employees did. We extend our hearty congratulations to Evie, a Chino...

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The halls of Catskill Elementary School in Carson, California buzzed with excitement as the students, teachers, and administrators entered their school’s multipurpose room which had been filled by “Books in Homes” with the more than 700 books sponsored by Watson Land Company. Duffy Books In Homes, established in 1994 by author Alan Duff to address...

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Please join Watson in recognizing the seven exceptional students who received this year’s Watson Land Company Scholarship: Jae Alayna Bucknor—Don Lugo High School Planning to attend: Cornell University Major: Neurobiology (Pre-Med) Lauryn Hudson—California Academy of Math and Science Planning to attend: Tulane University Major: Public Health (Pre-Med) Matthew Padaoil—Rancho Dominguez Preparatory High School Planning to...

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Venerable West Coast industrial player sets up shop in the Lehigh Valley. Watson Land Company’s roots can be traced back to a land grant more than 200 years ago in what is now California. Its history on the East Coast, however, is just a few months old. Read more at reit.com

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