Company Volunteers Clean Up and Repair Legion of Valor
10/26/2010

Sixty volunteers affiliated with Pinnacle Property Management will work in shifts to “LOVE the LOV” and beautify the interior and grounds of the Veterans Memorial Auditorium, home to the Legion of Valor (LOV), in downtown Fresno Wednesday, October 27, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Pinnacle is the nation’s largest property management company and has been doing business in the Fresno area for several years. Pinnacle Regional Vice President Chris Mott said, “Pinnacle is proud to be able to give back in order to support our veterans and to preserve the future for a community that has been so good to us in the past.”

Mayor Ashley Swearingen has challenged Fresno residents to “Serve Fresno” by donating 1 million hours of service. “Pinnacle’s day of giving back is a wonderful example of team spirit and generosity, particularly since it is being done in honor of our veterans who have given so much to us,” she said. “We are grateful to them for contributing their time, talents and resources on behalf of our community.”

Pinnacle manages 1,706 apartment units in the Fresno area. Participating Pinnacle Apartment Communities include: Stoney Brook, Alder Heights, Arbor Ridge, Canyon Crest, Cedar Creek, Park Brighton, Pine Valley, Redwood Canyon, Sequoia Ridge, Sycamore Heights Willow Springs and Crescent Heights.

In addition to Pinnacle employees, many of the company’s vendor partners are also donating time and expertise. These businesses and organizations include: AGM/Medina’s Cleaning and Painting, Algonquin Power, Alert-o-Lite, Bravo Carpet Cleaning, California Apartment Association–Greater Fresno, D&S Plumbing, Air Conditioning & Heating, Eric Blunt Landscaping, Fresno Property Maintenance, Glidden Professional Paint Center, Pepsi, Sherwin Williams Carpet Division, Sherwin Williams Paint Division and Sunnyside Deli.

Logistical support has been provided by various City of Fresno departments, including PARCS, Streets, Recycling, Traffic Engineering and Police, along with the Fresno CitizenCorps program. Volunteer veterans from the Legion of Valor Museum are also providing support.

The Legion of Valor Museum is located at 2425 Fresno Street. It is open to the public free of charge Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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