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Boeing Donates Film Proceeds to Charity

Boeing (NYSE: BA) surprised the Washington State Leadership & Assistance for Science Education Reform with a $26, 000 donation raised from the firm’s sponsorship of the IMAX firm “Legends of Flight.”

“Boeing is delighted to be able to support this great organization in its effort to give teachers and principals the training and resources they need to improve science instruction statewide and beyond, ” said Tim Copes, vice president of Manufacturing and Quality, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, and board member at the Pacific Science Center. “We expect this to be the first of many donations to educate, engage and motivate children in science as the film continues to open at theaters around the world.”

According to the firm, “the film highlights legendary 20th century airplanes, as well as the manufacturing, testing, rollout and first flight of the 787 Dreamliner, the first all-new airplane of the 21st century.”

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