U-Save Builds A House

Franchise Services North America (FSNA), owners of U-Save Car & Truck Rental, recently teamed up with LeFleur Transportation, Sears of Ridgeland, TEC Accounting firm, A.S.A.P. Printing and Safety Nets to help build a Habitat for Humanity home.

Approximately 25 volunteers participated in the one-week building blitz in Jackson, Miss. “Building with Habitat provided the company with a fabulous team-building activity,” said Bob Barton, the company’s COO. “At the end of each day major accomplishments were felt as walls went up, roofs were finished and siding was hung. Helping others proved to be a terrific way to boost morale and renew spirits.”

The volunteers completed the home in time for Christmas for the Purnell family. For more information on the Habitat organization, visit www.habitat.org/cd/local.

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