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Dow-Key Microwave Employees Volunteer With Local Habitat For Humanity

Dow-Key Microwave, part of the Microwave Products Group and Dover, is committed to corporate social responsibility by helping local communities impacted by homelessness. Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County is nearing the finish line on construction of 6 affordable homes in the La Colonia area of Oxnard, CA. To help with some of the final touches, 15 employees from Dow-Key Microwave gave their time on a Saturday morning to help plant and complete landscaping on these six homes.

“We are excited to announce another milestone in our philanthropic activities related to corporate volunteerism and support for our local community. Giving back is important to our employees and we continue to work to serve the needs of those around us,” said Scott Wightman, Director of Manufacturing.

Dow-Key Microwave looks forward to sharing our continued charities, employee volunteer programs for community projects and collaborations with nonprofit organizations to address social issues.

About Dow-Key® Microwave Corporation:

As the world’s largest manufacturer of electromechanical switches, Dow-Key® Microwave Corporation is committed to providing unparalleled customer service, competitive pricing, on-time delivery and products that are distinguished by quality and reliability. Founded in 1945, Dow-Key® is the oldest continuously operating switch manufacturer in the United States. Today, the company is part of the Microwave Products Group, a subsidiary of Dover.

About Microwave Products Group (“MPG”):

MPG is a leading global provider of mission-critical engineered electronic components and subsystems and is comprised of the businesses K&L Microwave, Inc., Dow-Key Microwave, Pole/Zero Corporation, and BSC Filters. Our expertise is the design and manufacture of communications-based specialty products — engineered components and subsystems — for demanding military, space, commercial aerospace/industrial, and telecom infrastructure applications where function and reliability are crucial. More information is available at