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Compassion in Action

True to our name, Action Floors believes in taking action. We’re especially motivated to help the world become a better place through stewardship and sustainability. Explore how we’re moving things in a positive direction.

Community

Community Care in Action

We buy local. Action Floors purchases from Mercer vendors whenever possible: local restaurants, hotels, grocery stores, office supplies, travel agents, lumber and plywood mills, and many others. Much of the lumber we use and purchase comes from the forest and mills of Northern Wisconsin and Upper Peninsula Michigan.

We boost the economy. From 1989 to today, Action Floors has put millions of dollars in payroll and property taxes into the community.

We believe in our community. Action floors has re-invested millions of dollars in buildings and equipment at our Mercer facility.

Sustainability

Environmental Sustainability in Action

We live it. It’s our responsibility to unite good business with a healthy environment. Our sustainability efforts are numerous and leading-edge, protecting the planet for our associates, our customers, and our future generations.
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We lead the way. For the past 5 years, Action Floors has implemented eco-friendly efforts with 3rd-party-verified “zero waste” and “carbon negative” facilities; 3rd-party life cycle analysis (LCA’s); environmental product data sheets (EPD’s); and FloorScore and FSC-certified flooring.

We innovate. Our world-class people and processes offer unique performance maple systems (including factory-made subfloors); high-end urethane floor systems; portable floor systems; rubber surfaces; vinyl surfaces; gym floor cover systems; and commercial and industrial coatings.

Workplace

Workplace Support in Action

We are reliable. As the single largest employer in Iron County, we’ve provided consistent, full-time employment for 28 years, and we’re growing.

We care for our people. Employees appreciate our competitive benefits, group health and dental coverage, 401(k) with company match, paid vacation, and time off.

We focus on safety. Although our workplace processes require getting dirty, we’re committed to an orderly workplace and protecting our employees, which directly contributes to work satisfaction.

Charitable Giving

Charitable Giving in Action

We share our support. As a strong and caring member of our community (and beyond), we’re proud to support numerous charities and causes, from local to worldwide.

Action Floor Charitable Giving

Global Support

LW Clutterbuck LTD-Donation to Diabetes UK & National Lifeboat Institute in Honor of David Leggate
Coordinated and paid shipping to move old Milwaukee Bucks floor to Tbilisi, Georgia for Zaza Pachulia’s Youth Basketball Academy
Donated to the Esther Vergeer Foundation on behalf of Herculan in honor of their 25th anniversary
Supplied floor for the Polish Disabled Athletics Competition in Krakow, Poland, sponsored by Anna Dymna’s Against The Odds Foundation

National Support

Alzheimer’s Association
Parkinson’s Foundation
Alzheimer’s Association
Parkinson’s Foundation in Memory of Carl Abendroth
Rey of Light Foundation—DePaul Cristo Rey High School in Cincinnati, Ohio
Heart & Hand Ministries in Memory of Johnny Marvin Boyd
American Red Cross
Chicago Sky Cares Foundation
Ryan Osterman Memorial Scholarship-Hole Sponsorship for Golf Tournament
MSA Architects Canned Food Drive
Rejoice Lutheran Church Memorial Contribution in honor of James Carr
Wounded Warriors Project—welcomed two wounded warriors to our VIP Suite at the BMO Bradley Center during a Milwaukee Bucks game
Boys & Girls Club of Sandy, Utah; worked with Comflors and donated Action Herculan IG materials and an Action AirRide Cover System rack
Rey of Light Foundation—DePaul Cristo Rey High School in Cincinnati, Ohio
Supported Chicago Sky’s Military Night each year by purchasing tickets for U.S. Veterans to attend the game
Annual donations to organizations including the American Heart Association, Cancer Research, and Veterans Programs

Local Support

Hurley Area Youth Softball and Baseball
Hurley Athletics
Mercer School
Marshfield Clinic
Gogebic Miners Football Steakout
Hurley Education Foundation
Theater North
Polar Bear Hockey
Mercer Lions Club-Hole Sponsorship in honor of Joe Manzanares
Hurley Quarterback Club
Gile Baseball Field
Ironwood Little League
American Legion of Mercer
Northcentral Technical College Golf Tournament Sponsorship
Mercer Athletic Club
Wakefield Fireworks Committee
Howard Young Foundation Annual Breast Cancer Golf Tournament Sponsorship
North Lakeland Discovery Center
Hurley Little League
Walleyes for Tomorrow
Mercer Education Foundation-Taste of the Northwoods Sponsorship
Regional Hospice Services-Polar Plunge for Cancer
Wisconsin Lutheran College Athletic Dept. Golf Tournament Sponsorship
Steve Altman Race Sponsorship
Highline Association-Donation for Gazebo project
Winchester Fire Department
Lake States Lumber Association
Supported Wisconsin Lutheran College golf tournament fundraiser where proceeds go towards non-budget related items for the athletic department
Regional Hospice Services—Polar Plunge
Walleyes For Tomorrow—works with DNR and local clubs to enhance fisheries in Gogebic County
Mercer Education Fund
Hurley Little League
Wakefield Fireworks Committee
Mercer Booster Club
Hurley Quarterback Club
Gile Ball Field (towards field upkeep)
Gogebic Miners Football Steakout
Hurley Education Foundation
Fundraiser—Polar Bear Hockey
Theater North Program Book Space
Marshfield Clinic—Tee Off Against Breast Cancer
North Lakeland Ice Program
3-On-3 Tournament, entry fee for girls team
Mercer School—sponsor of Donkey Basketball
Town of Mercer—Railroad St. Beautification Project
Northwoods Wildlife & Wetlands
Mercer Area Historical Society
Mercer Loons—annual charity fundraiser
Ryan Osterman Memorial, to support local athletic programs
City of Middleton—Department of Public Lands, Recreation & Forestry, Inc.
Annual donations to organizations including the American Heart Association, Cancer Research, and Veterans Programs