Byrider recently wrapped up a successful week of volunteer efforts at Boys & Girls Clubs in three of its major markets.
“We’re excited to be a part of the Boys & Girls Club,” said Byrider CEO Craig Peters. “We will continue to be supportive of such an impactful organization, both financially and with our time. Our team is looking forward to additional opportunities like these recent events and more in all of the communities we operate in.”
Over the last week, associates in Cleveland, Cincinnati and Indianapolis volunteered for their local Boys & Girls Clubs in various ways. In Cleveland (Northeast Ohio company-owned stores sales region), every store assembled and delivered over 70 book bags with school supplies to the Roosevelt Club in Cleveland. In Cincinnati, store associates and several Carmel volunteers, set up and worked at the Taft Club’s end-of-summer carnival.
In Indianapolis, near the company’s home office in Carmel, IN, several associates did cleaning and painting of several classrooms at the Keenan-Stahl Club. All in all, over 60 employees contributed 160 hours of their time for the kids that call these three clubs home.
Byrider has partnered with several regional Boys & Girls Clubs over the last year, offering financial support, volunteer efforts and professional development opportunities for club members and team members.
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