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SERVPRO Gives Back to Local Food Pantry in Somerset, KY.
Our marketing team at the Food Pantry in Somerset, KY helping out for the day!
Our marketing team helped out at God's Food Pantry in Somerset last week in honor of the holiday season approaching! We were humbled to work in such a giving community and with an amazing organization that helps so many people on a daily basis! Our team helped pack lunches and helped tons of families.
Since 1978, God’s Food Pantry in Somerset, Kentucky has been helping to provide food for the hungry in our community. In 2012, the Pantry served over 16,000 people with the number growing each year.
Although, SERVPRO is a fire and water restoration company, we love helping out in the community and our customers.
SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties is here to help their local communities of Somerset, Eubank, London, Science Hill, and Corbin.
SERVPRO Spooks It Forward
Our winner Chad Smallwood State Farm!
Pumpkins, pumpkins, and more pumpkins. We had a huge turnout for this year’s SERVPRO Spooks It Forward county wide pumpkin decorating contest.
This year, SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties hosted another successful pumpkin decorating contest. From insurance offices, to realtors, to city officials: our pumpkin contest raised a lot of money and awareness for local charities in the community. The winner this year was from Chad Smallwood’s State Farm Office. Their pumpkin got over 300 Facebook likes surpassing the competition. SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties donated $200 to the Pulaski County Animal Shelter in honor of the winning office! The winners also got a Thanksgiving style lunch for their office. Thank you to everyone who participated, and we can’t wait to see all the pumpkins next year!
Celebrating the Bluegrass State: We love Kentucky, y’all!
A photo combining all aspects of Kentucky that are rooted in the Bluegrass!
According to the National Calendars List of National Celebration days, Thursday October 19th is Kentucky Day! SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties has been serving their Kentucky community since 2005. Between cheering on the Wildcats, experiencing the bourbon trails to Keeneland, and sipping on Ale-8: we love Kentucky, y’all.
We love this great bluegrass state; although, we also realize the infamous Kentucky weather patterns can cause major concern for homeowners. With the winter season settling in for our fellow Kentuckians, we want to remind the residents of Somerset, Corbin, London, and Burnside that we are here to help with fire, water, mold, and storm clean-up. Call us today at (606) 877-2160. Let SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties make that Kentucky weather mess “Like it never even happened.”
It’s a bird, it’s a plane… no, It’s a newsletter!
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SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties is bringing you the SERVPRO newsletter straight from the infamous Green Machine. We will be sending it out each Quarter, and it will be filled with all kinds of information that you won’t want to miss!
The Green Machine has been spotted all over our territories, and now, he’s bringing you a SERVPRO newsletter: he’ll include cleaning tips, industry information, blog postings, social media insights, and much more.
The cleaning tips section will include the industries best kept secrets on cleaning, household tips and tricks, and more.
The blog section will include our SERVPRO blogs written by trusted members of the SERVPRO team.
The social media insights will give you the inside scoop on contests, upcoming posts, and videos.
We’ve got plenty to add to our newsletter, but if there’s something you would like to see on a future edition, let us know by emailing us at kwhite@SERVPROofmrgl.com.
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National Police Week
National Police Week Banner
SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties will be celebrating National Police Week with our hero’s in blue Monday, May 15, 2017 through Sunday, May 21, 2017. President John F. Kennedy declared May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day back in 1962. Since then, many local, state, and national events have been held to honor the men and women who protect and serve us all. Locally, we have several activities planned for our offices and there are several ways that you can give back too!
Here are a few ideas to celebrate with us and our nations law enforcement officers:
- Thank an officer. This is easy! If you see an officer just offer your thanks and support.
- Look for and support local police week events in your area.
- Wear blue on May 15th to show your pride and patronage for those lost in the line of duty.
Please join with us during National Police Week as we remember and honor these brave men and women and their many sacrifices.
SERVPRO® of Pulaski & Laurel Counties Participates In National Wear Red Day & Honors American Heart Month
Look at our wonderful employees at SERVPRO® of Pulaski & Laurel Counties wearing their red in honor of a great cause!
SERVPRO® of Pulaski & Laurel Counties proudly participated in National Wear Red Day on Friday, February 3, 2017 in honor of American Heart Month and women’s heart health. This event is hosted by the American Heart Association (AHA). The employees as well as owners came to work dressed in their red to show support.
Heart health is very important to the owners of SERVPRO of Pulaski & Laurel Counties! Not only did the franchise participate in National Wear Red Day, they plan to run a special social media campaign in honor of American Heart Month. For the entire month of February the franchise will be posting information from the American Heart Association that promotes/educates/brings awareness to good heart health on their social media accounts. These posts will include videos, recipes, exercise tips, and information on how to overall be healthy.
You will not want to miss this information! Be sure to follow our social media sites to stay informed! You can click below to be directed to our pages.
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Join us in the month of February to make YOUR heart healthier. #SERVPROHasHeart #SERVPROCares
SERVPRO is Hiring in our London, Kentucky Office!
Be a HERO! Apply at Servpro today!
We have immediate openings in our London location for Production Technicians, Crew Chiefs, Laundry Technicians, and a Social Media Coordinator. Please check out the Facebook for SERVPRO of Pulaski and Laurel Counties, our website at www.SERVPROofpulaskilaurel.com or call our office at 606-877-2160. You must have a clean driving record, background check, and drug test for all positions.
SERVPRO Owner Graduates Small Business Development Class in Williamsburg, Kentucky
SERVPRO of Pulaski & Laurel Counties Co-Owner, Julie Roberts, earned recognition for continuing education in Small Business Leadership last month, by completing the Southeast Kentucky Economic Development’s Core Four Business Planning Course. The four week course, held in Williamsburg, Kentucky, focused on strategic planning for small businesses. With classes in Marketing Plan Development, Cash Flow, Operations Management, and Funding, the course helps local business owners like Roberts not only start new businesses, but develop existing ones. Roberts, together with her husband, Tony, have owned SERVPRO of Pulaski and Laurel Counties in London, Kentucky, for over 10 years now. They also own additional locations in the Berea/Richmond area, and the Pikeville/Prestonsburg area.
“After 11 years of doing business operations on a daily basis, sometimes you forget the small planning phases that are what built your business initially,” Roberts said. “Core Four helped me take my business back apart, re-evaluate the foundation, and set up a solid plan for our future, both short and long term.”
SKED offers many classes for small business owners throughout Eastern and Central Kentucky. “SKED has afforded us so many opportunities with business ownership I didn’t dream were possible,” said Roberts. “I encourage anyone interested in getting into small business ownership, or even interested in further developing what you have, to attend one of these classes.”