Braxton-Bragg Donates to Habitat ReStore

February 13, 2018

 
Braxton-Bragg donated nearly $2500 in brand new stainless steel sinks to the Knoxville Habitat for Humanity ReStore to help families in need. 
 
“We knew that the sinks could benefit the community from a donation and sales point of view and were happy to share some inventory with Knoxville Habitat ReStore,” says Rick Stimac, Braxton-Bragg CEO. “Braxon-Bragg prides itself on being an active part of our community, and supporting many great nonprofit organizations, including Knoxville Habitat for Humanity.” 
 
“Knoxville Habitat for Humanity is so thankful for Braxton-Bragg’s generous donation to our Knoxville Habitat ReStore,” says April Timko, Director of Marketing & Communications, Knoxville Habitat for Humanity.  “Its support helps deserving families in need of affordable housing build strength, stability and self-reliance. Profits from all ReStore merchandise sales help families currently working in our program to build and purchase their homes.
 
Furthermore, donations to our ReStore provide a way for community shoppers to purchase items at a fraction of retail costs while also helping to keep hundreds of tons of materials out of area landfills.”
 
 For more information, visit KnoxvilleHabitatReStore.com or braxton-bragg.com.
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