U-Save Teams Up With Habitat for Humanity

U-Save Car & Truck Rental employees and LeFleur Transportation worked with Habitat for Humanity. Photo courtesy of FSNA.
U-Save Car & Truck Rental employees and LeFleur Transportation worked with Habitat for Humanity. Photo courtesy of FSNA.

Employees of U-Save Car & Truck Rental corporate offices and LeFleur Transportation worked with Habitat for Humanity to complete a two-day build in Canton, Miss., according to Franchise Services of North America Inc. (FSNA).

“We were excited to be a community partner for this project with Habitat,” said Tom McDonnell, CEO of U-Save Car & Truck Rental. “Commitment to our community is very important to our companies, and we were honored to provide support for the families in need.”

Since its founding in 1986, Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area has partnered with more than 600 families to build homes in the Mississippi capital area.

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