Abacus introduced a Facebook campaign starting Tuesday, November 18 which will end on Sunday, December 21 to encourage its customers and the general public to compose stories about their favorite Houston area charity. The winning Post will be picked by Abacus staff members the week of Christmas, December 22, and that winning charity will be given a one-thousand dollar ($1,000) donation by Abacus on behalf of the individual who had the winning nomination.
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Alan O’Neill, CEO of Abacus specified, “There are a lot of excellent charities in Houston, we felt this contest would be a terrific way to let local Houstonians extol the charities they appreciate. And this will certainly help promote these charities to hundreds and thousands of people in the Houston area, ideally producing opportunities for volunteerism, donations, and simply more awareness.”Mr. O’Neill continued, “In a day and age where there is a lot trouble, we wished to focus on the good news occurring every day in our community. There are many fantastic people working in charitable organizations, relentlessly giving without any regard for financial gain or prestige.”Abacus supports numerous charities throughout the year, such as the Houston Food Bank. Abacus staff members invested part of a Saturday loading up food boxes for seniors.Abacus is actively sponsoring the JuCan Structure, a local household from Kingwood, Texas, who are currently strolling across America (from Disney to Disney) in order to raise awareness and donations for pediatric cancer research, spurned on to do this in honor of their child, Julia Cobb, who lost her battle to Ewing’s Sarcoma, the second most common bone cancer in youngsters, in October 2013.Abacus likewise sponsored and donated funds to Team Will & Grace at the regional Houston area JDRF One-Walk occasion to assist end Type 1 Diabetes.Another local charity Abacus recently sponsored was the Houston Ground Angels, and organization and group of volunteers who offer complimentary transport for out of state cancer and terminally ill patients traveling to Houston for medical care.”We wish we could do more,” O’Neill said, “but this contest and promo on Facebook is simply one way to help raise awareness about the many charities and organizations in our fantastic city of Houston, and encourage other companies and residents to become engaged in assisting individuals of our city.”About Abacus Plumbing, Air Conditioning & Electrical.Abacus was established in 2003 and provides residential plumbing, air conditioning, heating and electrical services to home owners throughout the greater Houston area. Abacus has been an Accredited Member of the Houston Better Business Bureau considering since 2003, and was acknowledged with 2014 Peak Award. and was recognized with 2014 Pinnacle Award. Abacus has enjoyed exponential growth over the last 11 years, and continues to attribute this success to high quality workmanship and customer service. Learn more about Abacus at www.abacusplumbing.net/about-us/
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