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From Tow Times - Making a Difference for Children with Disabilities in East Tennessee


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MiracleField-1-300x215.png“Miller Industries and the Miller Family Foundation is incredibly proud to be a part of such a noble cause for disabled children and adults in our community,” said Will Miller, co-CEO of Miller Industries. “The entire concept of the Miracle Field is something that we are enthusiastic about and we wanted to do everything that we could to help make it a reality for the city of Chattanooga.”

In the Chattanooga area school system alone there are approximately 8,300 children with special needs. The Miracle League began in 1998 with the development of a custom-designed sports field developed for those with special needs. Miracle League fields are designed with cushioned, rubberized surfaces that are latex-free, completely flat and have no barriers. Fields also allow easy access for wheelchairs, canes, crutches and prosthetic limbs. For more information about the Miracle League visit their site at miracleleague.com.

For more information about Miller Industries and their products follow them on social media, visit their website at millerind.com.


From left:
Debbie Whitmire – Miller Industries
James Whitmire – Miller Industries
Jan Moses (bent) – Miracle League
Mike McGauley (stand) – Miracle League
Donna McConnico (stand) – Miracle League
Kim Chapman – Miracle League
Janet Dunn (bent) Chattanooga YMCA
Bill Wilder (stand) Miracle League
Jane Kaylor (stand) Miracle League
John Germ (stand) Miracle League
Julie Hoover – Miller Industries

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