Maid Brigade pledges to help clean up the streets
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 3, 2005
CONTACT: RAYCHEL LEONG-SULLINS
MAID BRIGADE, INC.
Maid Brigade Pledges To Help Clean Up the Streets
Atlanta, GA, October 3, 2005 - Maid Brigade's commitment to the community developed into a partnership with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) in the Spring of 2005. MADD has helped to save more than 300,000 lives since its founding in 1980. MADD's mission is to stop drunk driving and prevent underage drinking through awareness, education and advocacy efforts.
Bart Puett, President, expressed his sentiments: ''We feel it is very important for us to give back to the communities we serve. We are working with MADD because the dangers of drunk driving impact each and every one of us every day - as individuals collectively, as a community''.
Maid Brigade locations are locally owned and operated, which encourages a closer relationship with their clients. Numerous Maid Brigade offices currently support local charities and events, so the opportunity to make a difference with a national organization was enthusiastically welcomed. Participating Maid Brigade offices distributed MADD red ribbons to their clients to be placed on a car antenna as a pledge to always drive safe and sober.
Furthermore, Maid Brigade business owners such as Lisa Saxton in Portland, Oregon, go one step further by providing ''Driver's Safety Education'' to team members.
Maid Brigade provides professional residential cleaning to busy homes across the United States. There are over 380 locations ready to service the needs of our busy clients. The demand for professional maid service is high, and there are available territories available to qualified candidates that are interested in owning a Maid Brigade business.
For more information, please call (800) 722-6243.
For information about MADD, go to MADD.org
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