Oklahoma Winnelson & TOTO USA
Oklahoma City Winnelson and TOTO USA are partnering to make bathroom fixtures available for local families affected by tornados earlier this year. Pictured, from left: Lenora Campos (TOTO), Oklahoma City Winnelson’s Bill Cudd and Russell Sharp, Bill Strang (TOTO), United Methodist Church’s Rev. Richard Norman, Luke Pratt and Curt Brown and TOTO’s Brian Nickel and Jeff Austin. Photo courtesy of Oklahoma City Winnelson.


Oklahoma City Winnelson and TOTO USA are partnering to make high-performance bathroom fixtures available for more than 2,000 families to help rebuild their homes in the Moore, Shawnee and El Reno areas in Oklahoma that were affected by devastating tornados in May.

TOTO provided the fixtures for the humanitarian project and shipped them in mid-November. Oklahoma City Winnelson, a TOTO distributor, is providing long-term storage for the three containers that house the products as well as assistance in distributing them.

“WinWholesale and Oklahoma City Winnelson are pleased to partner with TOTO in providing in-kind bathroom-fixture donations to the victims of the horrific tornado that struck central Oklahoma last May,” WinWholesale President Jack Johnston said. “Oklahoma City Winnelson has been part of the community for more than 30 years. Company President Bill Cudd and his team are grateful for the opportunity to help their neighbors rebuild their lives.”

The fixtures were shipped about 900 miles from TOTO’s Fairburn, Ga., facilities directly to Oklahoma City Winnelson with RoadOne IntermodaLogistics providing logistical support.