Donation of 2011 Chevrolet HHR and $5,000 to the Richmond Caring Companies Program

Posted on: November 22nd, 2011 by zach

Donation of 2011 Chevrolet HHR and $ 5,000 to the Richmond Caring Companies Program:

Elizabeth Specht proceeded to introduce Brian Williams, Ashton Service Group founder and president, as its lead company for its new program.

Williams, who was born and raised in Richmond, donated a 2011 Chevrolet HHR, which he had painted by Richmond’s TrimLine Graphic Expressions (which donated its services and products), with the Richmond Christmas Fund logo and bear.

Williams also presented Specht with a $5,000 donation to benefit both the Richmond Caring Companies program and the Richmond Christmas Fund.

The crowd stood and gave Williams a standing ovation. After the clapping died down, Williams took to the podium to say how thrilled and honored he was to be part of this program.

“My wife Julie and I started our business 26 years ago. The support we have received from our community has been tremendous and enabled us to grow to 25 trucks and 41 employees,” said Williams.

“A few years back, Julie and I made a decision to give back to Richmond, our community that we love.

“Everyone in our company is excited and they all contribute to the community.”

To find out how your company can be a Richmond Caring Company, call Volunteer Richmond at 604-279-7020 or visit:  www.volunteerrichmond.ca

Read More: www.richmond-lennials/5715936/story.

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