Beasley Allen’s Gibson Vance talks school clean-up with WAKA

Beasley Allen shareholder Gibson Vance visited WAKA TV-8 to talk about the firm’s participation in an annual school clean-up project. The program is an initiative of the School Facilities Task Force, part of the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce’s Education & Workforce Development Council. The school clean-up happens once a year, enlisting the help of volunteers from throughout the community to clean and freshen up school facilities in preparation for the coming school year. Beasley Allen is the presenting sponsor for the event. There are 38 teams that will work at 54 schools in our community August 6-18. “It makes a better learning environment,” Vance said. “When the kids get there, they have a school they can be proud of. The Chamber recognizes that children that go to public schools are so important to the economy, it’s something we have to help out with.”

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