MyWay Mobile Storage Joins Cintas First Aid & Safety to Support a Wounded …
August 8, 2014 - storage organizer
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) Aug 07, 2014
MyWay Mobile Storage is gratified to have assimilated with Cintas First Aid Safety to support a 2014 Cornhole Classic to lift supports for a Wounded Warrior Project. Held during a Robert Morris University Island Sports Center, 40 cornhole teams competed for bragging rights and a $300 initial place prize. Cornhole play were built for a eventuality by a Carpenters Joint Apprentice Training Committee (JATC) with lumber donated by 84 Lumber. Other eventuality sponsors included, RMU Island Sports Center, Street City Cornhole and Durable Documents.
The eventuality lifted some-more than $6,000 for a Wounded Warrior Project. The Wounded Warrior Project helps harmed soldiers returning home from conflicts around a world. More soldiers tarry their injuries than in a past interjection to improved physique armor and improved medicine, though that means that a series of use group and women returning home with earthy or mental injuries is greater.
“I’m so blissful we could do something to assistance them assistance a dauntless warriors,” pronounced eventuality organizer, Jeff Hancher, Cintas Sales Manager. “These dauntless people and their families need a support now some-more than ever.” Hancher continued, “Wounded Warrior Project has a prophesy is to inspire a many successful well-adjusted era of bleeding use members in a nation’s history. We extol that vision, and trust that a income lifted by Pittsburgers during this eventuality will be put to good use. As a Wounded Warrior Project puts it, ‘it’s not about a war, it’s about a warrior.'”
Ed Sickmund, MyWay Mobile Storage Market Owner said, “MyWay is happy to be means to give something behind to these warriors and their families who have given so most to a country. we was so unapproachable to join Jeff Hancher when he presented a check to Pittsburgh’s internal Wounded Warrior Project staff.
“Fundraisers like this cornhole contest assistance a Wounded Warrior Project enhance and urge a programs for bleeding warriors returning home to a Pittsburgh area,” pronounced Melaine Huber, of Wounded Warriors Project. “Every dollar lifted helps us continue singly structured programs to maintain a mind and body, and inspire mercantile empowerment and engagement. Everyone’s liberation routine is different. We assistance them find a module that fits them and their family’s needs,” Huber continued, “We wish warriors to remember, we are not alone in this journey. We are here to support we as we conclude your new normal.” More information about a Wounded Warrior Project is accessible online during http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org.
About MyWay Mobile Storage:
MyWay Mobile Storage is a heading provider of relocating and storage solutions and located in a atmospheric 27,500 block feet trickery in West Mifflin, PA to improved use their business in a civil Pittsburgh area. They yield discerning and easy do it yourself relocating containers that can be delivered right to your doorway and stored in their meridian controlled, secure storage facilities.
Photo caption: Ed Sickmund, MyWay Mobile Storage, distant left, and Jeff Hancher, Cintas First Aid Safety, second from right, benefaction a concession check to a Wounded Warrior Project.
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