Natick, MA, December 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Local remodeling professionals from EM NARI members answered the call to support the local U.S. Marine Corps’ Toys-for-Tots campaign. At their December membership meeting, members filled two large donation bins and raised $400 to support the effort.
Led by EM NARI member Mark-One, Inc., the toy drive continues EM NARI’s long-standing commitment to support individuals in need in our community. Mark-One, has been supporting Toys-for-Tots for nearly a decade. Rob Pascucci, Field Manager at Mark-One, noted that “Mark-One, Inc. continues to work with Toys-for-Tots because we know the need is so great -- especially due to the downturn in the economy over the last several years. With the generous donations we collected at EM NARI, we were able to shop and fulfill a special request from the Marines for toys for developmentally delayed children at a local hospital.”
Mark-One, Inc. is a Lowell, MA based company that specializes in demolitions, dumpsters and job-site debris pick-up. Founded in 1989 by Mark Peters, Mark-One has grown from a one-truck operation in 1988 to having six roll-off vehicles and roughly 200 dumpsters today in addition to a full-service demolition business with several crews in the field. The company employs in excess of thirty people. Learn more about Mark-One at www.markoneinc.com.
EM NARI is a non-profit membership association dedicated to educating, training and connecting remodeling industry professionals with the resources they need for business success. At EM NARI, we work to create value for our members, provide information and resources to our region’s homeowners, and inspire quality across the remodeling industry. Consumers can learn more about EM NARI and choosing a remodeling professional at www.emnari.org.
Michelle B. Glassburn, Executive Director
Eastern Mass. Chapter, National Assn. of the Remodeling Industry, Inc. (EM NARI)