33Across Gives Back To Our Veterans
Below is an article originally written by Erica Roane at PowerToFly Partner 33Across, and published on May 4, 2018. Go to 33Across' page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.
It's always better to give than to receive, especially when it comes to our veterans. While 33Across is a company invested in all things technology, we also understand the importance of giving back to the community.
Last week our CRO Miles Dennison supported The Home Depot during the their 2018 Marketing Foundation Event.
Miles, alongside other volunteers, made improvements at The Yountville Veterans Home. The team renovated the kitchen as well as installed a new batting cage for the residents.
If you're looking for more ways to get involved in your community and would like to learn more about The Home Depot Foundation please click here.
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