Baumgartens are a family at Baumgartens and just like any family they have a certain way of doing things and interacting with each other. Their culture is based on a set of core values that they created as a company and are aligned in every aspect of how they interact with each other and with their customers.
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They are committed to making a difference in their industry, their community and their world; being able to contribute is something they value. Baumgartens contributes to the community through its longstanding in-kind contributions to Atlanta’s Dogwood Festival, which raises funds and awareness exclusively for Camp Sunshine in Rutledge, Georgia. Camp Sunshine provides recreational, educational, and support programs for children with cancer and their families. Over the last seven years, Baumgartens has contributed tens of thousands of identification products, including lanyards, laminations films, ID clips, and badge holders for all festival staff, musical band members, park personnel, stage hands-in short, everyone with a role to play at the festival. Because the festival is a large public gathering, different levels of access and clearance are required for various persons in order to keep the event safe and secure for everyone. Therefore, the identification products used are varied and specific to numerous functions at the festival. Another significant contribution of Baumgartens to the larger community is Concert2Cure. Founded by David Baumgarten in 2003, Concert2Cure has raised over $200,000 in cash and in-kind contributions for the American Cancer Society. Also, it was Concert2Cure that convinced Governor Roy Barnes to name March 3rd Cancer Awareness Day in Georgia. Concert2Cure featured 25 Georgia bands that played over two days at the tabernacle, and also included an auction of, among other items, original art by Peter Max. The event was preceded by hundreds of hours of public service announcements, which raised public awareness for cancer prevention.