RIDGEFIELD, WA — KONG Coolers, an American manufacturer of rugged, rotomolded coolers, will support veterans throughout the month of May.

For each KONG Cooler sold now through May 31, Elkhart Plastics Inc., KONG’s parent company, will donate $10 to a veterans hospital near its five United States manufacturing facilities, including:

“Elkhart Plastics, Inc. and KONG Coolers are American companies with American ideals,” said Jack Welter, President and CEO of Elkhart Plastics, Inc. “There’s nothing more American than supporting those who have served in the United States military and protected our freedoms.

“We wanted to come up with a way to thank our veterans and allow our customers to express their gratitude as well,” Welter said.

Elkhart Plastics, Inc. and KONG Coolers are proud to give back to heroes from all branches of the military and are thankful for their dedication and service.

KONG Coolers from Elkhart Plastics, Inc. are entirely designed, manufactured, and assembled in the United States. Coolers are available online at www.KONGcoolers.com.

For more information about KONG Coolers, Elkhart Plastics, Inc., and the May veterans hospital donation program, visit www.KONGcoolers.com or www.epi-roto.com.


KONG Coolers have been engineered to outlast the competition with long-lasting ice retention and rugged durability. The proprietary design uses a gasket in combination with latches to create a lid seal that not only seals, but insulates to keep the cold in and everything else out. KONG Coolers are constructed and assembled in the United States by Elkhart Plastics, Inc., a company with decades of rotomolding expertise. For more information about KONG Coolers, visit www.KONGcoolers.com.

Elkhart Plastics, Inc. is a 30-year-old, privately held, American company. One of the largest custom rotational molding companies in the United States, Elkhart Plastics has five plants and more than 600 employees nationwide. Understanding that application drives design, their experience and knowledge can create unique parts using the rotomolding process in addition to producing a number of proprietary items. For more information about Elkhart Plastics, Inc., visit www.epi-roto.com.