CR Electric is the power behind Liberty Relay for Life

For the past nearly 16 years, CR Electric and owner Jason Rubin have helped make the Liberty Township Relay for Life event one of the premier Relay for Life events in the Mahoning Valley.

Rubin and his crew of employees, with some help from IBEW Local 64 in Youngstown, once again supplied temporary power to the tents for participating teams in this year’s event to benefit the American Cancer Society.

“Liberty is one of the few in the area with power to the tents, and we’re proud to bring that to the teams each year,” Rubin said. “The power gives them an opportunity to cook food, brighten their tent at night and overall just improve the Relay for Life experience for participants.”

CR Electric, based in Girard, is a NECA-IBEW Electricians member contractor.


CR Electric of Girard, a NECA-IBEW Electricians contractor, contributed to the Liberty Relay for Life by supplying temporary power to the team tents.


Bill Booth, president of IBEW Local 64 in Youngstown, and Jason Rubin, owner of CR Electric, were on-site at the Liberty HIgh School football stadium this week arranging for temporary power for the teams participating in the 2014 Relay for Life benefitting the American Cancer Society.