Mon, 29 Apr 2013, 15:24:37 EDT
Edited by Christopher L Simmons
BALLINGER, Texas, April 29, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Mueller, Inc., a leading manufacturer of steel buildings and residential metal roofing, wants to extend a helping hand again this year to a Texas non-profit in need of a new facility. The campaign is called 'Helping Hand.' One organization will be selected to receive a new Mueller steel building up to 4,000 square feet through applications received by June 1, 2013.
BALLINGER, Texas, April 29, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Mueller, Inc., a leading manufacturer of steel buildings and residential metal roofing, wants to extend a helping hand again this year to a Texas non-profit in need of a new facility. The campaign is called "Helping Hand." One organization will be selected to receive a new Mueller steel building up to 4,000 square feet through applications received by June 1, 2013.
Mueller strongly believes in giving back to struggling organizations that always give to others, whether it is a food bank facility, a volunteer firehouse, or maybe a senior citizen center.
Upon making the announcement, Mike Fry, director of marketing for Mueller said, "With a large amount of applications received annually for our Helping Hand contest, it is apparent that there are many struggling organizations right here in Texas. We are glad to help the recipient change lives - now and for many years to come."
For the 5th straight year, Mueller is teaming up with the popular television series, "Texas Country Reporter" with Bob Phillips to publicize this offering. Viewers of the program representing non-profit organizations are invited to write in and explain why their organization is worthy of receiving a Mueller steel building. The winner will be announced on the television show this fall.
The non-profit Titus County Cares was awarded the first Mueller building. Titus County Cares serves hundreds of people by offering services such as a food bank, clothing, utility bill assistance and their unique "back-pack program" which provides weekend food for school-children of low-income families. The second recipient was the City of Buckholts and surrounding areas. The campaign built a new facility to house trucks and equipment for the Buckholts Volunteer Fire Department. The third recipient of the Mueller Helping Hand building was West Texas Gifts of Hope. This non-profit organization benefits cancer patients and their families in an enormous area of west Texas by providing free overnight accommodations for patients who must travel great distances to receive chemotherapy in Odessa, Texas. Last year's recipient was the Scheib Center in San Marcos. This non-profit assists the community with developmental disabilities and mental health issues.
For complete contest rules and entry form visit www.texascountryreporter.com and click on "Helping Hand." A complete listing of the days and times the show airs in cities across Texas is also on the program's website.
For more information on the Helping Hand program visit: http://www.muellerinc.com/whats-new/helping-hand .
NEWS SOURCE: Mueller, Inc.
1969 times (1 today, 6 this week, 51 this month, 213 this year)