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Leonardo Helicopters


3050 Red Lion Road
Philadelphia, PA 19114-1128

Main Contact: Mr. Michael Cooper

https://usa.leonardocompany.com/


Business Description:

Leonardo Helicopters is a global leader in the production and support of military and commercial rotorcraft.


Business Type:


Business Information:

  • Established in 1980
  • Middle Market Company
  • Publicly Owned
  • Member Since 1984

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  • AWPC Charity Golf Tournament

    Saturday, June 18, 2016 12:00 AM

    Posted on 6/2/2016 by Mrs. Kim Piersig of Leonardo Helicopters

    AgustaWestland Philadelphia Corporation (AWPC) is hosting a charity golf tournament, benefiting Rebuilding Together Philadelphia (RTP), on Saturday June 18th at the Northampton Valley Country Club.

    All proceeds go directly to Rebuilding Together Philadelphia. RTP is a Philadelphia-based non-profit whose mission is to help stabilize the City’s aging housing and keep families in their own homes through the use an innovative “block build” model. The proceeds raised will go to support the purchase of materials and cost of skilled labor required to help rebuild the community, one block at a time.

    Safe housing is a fundamental component of living a healthy and happy life and AWPC is proud to do our part to support the City and community through this program.

    Please join us to play golf on Saturday the 18th and/or to serve as a sponsor. Golfer registration is $150 per player and includes lunch, golf, dinner, and chances to win a number of prizes throughout the day.

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  • AgustaWestland Philadelphia Donates $100,000 to St. Martin of Tours

    Posted on 3/25/2015 by Ms. Lauren Slepian of Leonardo Helicopters

    Finmeccanica – AgustaWestland has presented a check for $100,000 to St. Martin of Tours School, An Independence Mission School located in Northeast Philadelphia, with administrators and students recently joining AgustaWestland Philadelphia CEO Bill Hunt for a visit and ceremony.

    The contribution was made through the state of Pennsylvania’s Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) program, and administered by Business Leaders Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS), an Opportunity Scholarship Organization.

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