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AmeriDry partners with Uncommon Friends Foundation

January 12, 2011
Submitted by CONNIE RAMOS-WILLIAMS


Cliff Terry, owner of AmeriDry, partnered with Uncommon Friends Foundation in 2010 in an effort to promote character education at Lee County Schools and business ethics in our growing business community. AmeriDry’s total charitable giving to Uncommon Friends Foundation in 2010 reached over $30,000.



The in-kind donation was utilized to help promote key events Uncommon Friends Foundation hosted throughout the year, such as the “Spirits on the Gulf” and “Holiday House” held at the Burrough’s Home in downtown Fort Myers.



AmeriDry recognizes the long-term benefits and value that Uncommon Friends Foundation provides to our community. Moral character and business ethics are two qualities AmeriDry believes are important, and tries to exemplify in their own company.



“Leadership, mentorship, moral integrity and other valued characteristics that Uncommon Friends Foundation teaches students in Lee County Schools and encourages businesses professionals to demonstrate, reminds us all to give back and make a difference in both business and life,” said Cliff Terry, owner of AmeriDry.



AmeriDry is a water, fire, smoke and mold damage restoration company that provides 24-hour emergency service for residential and commercial property owners that restores property to pre-loss condition. AmeriDry deals directly with insurance companies to ease the process for clients. Terry has been in the industry for more than 20 years, and hopes to continue to give back to the community through charitable giving in 2011.



“I feel blessed that our company continues to grow despite the recession these past couple of years, and it is the community I owe thanks to for their continued support and loyalty," added Terry. “I feel I have a responsibility to help our struggling community and not-for-profits such as Uncommon Friends Foundation, as we continue to recover from the impact of the recession."



For more information, contact 1-877-FLOOD-DAMAGE (1-877-356-6332) or visit www.AmeriDry.net.

 
 

 

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