Month: June 2018

Shed Builder Now Offers Shed Removals

Capitol Sheds, the small storage solutions company in Fredericksburg, Virginia, is now offering custom shed removal, the company reports. “Customers ask us, what is ‘custom’ shed removal?” says Loren Shetler, president of Capitol Sheds. “The answer is this: Sheds come in all shapes and sizes and are located on different[Read More…]

The Wood Shed Life

Alan and Alice Bradshaw are known in the Meridian, Idaho, community. What are they known for? Sheds. So much so that people can get confused about the name. “Someone actually thought Alan’s last name was Woodsheds,” relates Alice. It’s an understandable mistake since the shed-building business the couple runs is[Read More…]

Customer Reserve Accounts

Rent-to-own agreements provide a great value for customers by allowing them the flexibility of a monthly contract, which can be terminated at any time by returning the rental property. The entry into a rental agreement is typically fairly low, with no credit checks being a common practice, and low monthly[Read More…]

Cook Cares Donates to St. Jude

  Cook Cares, a division of Cook Portable Warehouses based in Georgia that is dedicated solely to giving back to their community across 14 states, recently donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Jonathan Bevis, marketing director, recently attended the St. Jude’s Partner Summit, May 16-17, in Memphis, Tennessee, to[Read More…]

Univest Reaches Students Through Financial Literacy Programs

Univest, headquartered in Souderton, Pennsylvania, educated 5,406 students through its financial literacy initiatives during the 2017-2018 academic year, the company reports. Two dozen employees visited more than 15 local schools and youth organizations to teach age-appropriate lessons about saving money and making smart financial choices. “Our communities need increased financial[Read More…]

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