Texas Traditions Roofing Going Pink and Making Donations for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
The company announced that it will donate $100 for every new roof replacement it does during the month of October.
Texas Traditions Roofing, a family owned, residential and commercial roofing company serving Central Texas, announced that it is going pink in support of breast cancer awareness month. The company plans to donate $100 to the Susan G. Komen For the Cure for every new roof replacement they install during the month of October 2018.
“Since founding the company, it’s always been important for us to give back and share,” explained Gary Emory, co-founder. “With this being our fifth year in business, we plan to do more than ever to celebrate our business success and share that with those who are less fortunate. Since October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we felt it would be a good cause to focus on for the month and we plan to engage with our customers and community on social media to help spread the word and educate.”
Texas Traditions has transformed their logo for the month and created pink breast cancer awareness hoodies that will be given away to randomly selected winners who like their Facebook page and share the company’s educational updates. Follow them on Facebook – @texastraditionsroofing.
About Texas Traditions Roofing – Texas Traditions Roofing began as a shared calling by the founding owners to work in their local community while giving back at the same time. The company specializes in residential and commercial roofing in the Central Texas region. They believe in doing business based on strong, traditional Texas values and work hard to establish A Tradition of Trust for customers and the community. For more information, visit www.texastraditionsroofing.com
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