A Tradition of Holiday Giving at Triumph Construction

Local Company Buys and Wraps Gifts for Entire Student Population of La Peninsula Head Start

Bronx, NY, December 22, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Hunts Point, New York-based Triumph Construction Corp. has once again brightened the holidays for the entire 123-student population of three- to five-year-olds at nearby La Peninsula Head Start. According to Triumph Construction Founder and President Carlo Cuzzi, the students at La Peninsula write letters to Santa each year and Triumph Construction tries to get the children everything on their lists.

“Despite the busy holiday shopping season, Triumph employees volunteer their time buying and wrapping the gifts. It’s a labor of love,” explains Cuzzi. “The happiness on the children’s faces is something everyone here looks forward to each December.”

According to La Peninsula Head Start Site Director June Glaze, the students were even more vocal this year when they opened their presents.

“They loved everything and they loved the Triumph elves who brought the gifts and visited with the classes,” remarked Glaze. “What Triumph does for these children and their families is truly exceptional. Everyone at La Peninsula joins me in thanking them for being such kind-hearted neighbors and doing so much each year to spread joy.”

One of the largest privately-held utility contractors in the New York metropolitan area, Triumph Construction regularly gives back to the community, most recently providing $20 gift certificates to the 44th Precinct in the Bronx to help the police brighten the holidays for local children.

With approximately 300 employees, Triumph Construction Corp. is active in every borough of New York City and a sought-after partner in everything from gas and electric service work to major capital improvement projects and large-scale private sector construction jobs.
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Lloyd Singer