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Boone Plumbing and Heating Supply Inc joins the Food Sort Challenge!

 Boone Plumbing and Heating Supply Inc has accepted The Challenge, and then some!

Boone Plumbing and Heating Supply Inc is an organization that has supported the Ottawa Food Bank in various ways for many years. Now, they’re taking on the Food Sort Challenge!

Boone will not only be there on April 13th as a sponsor for the day, but also as participants in the Food Sort Challenge itself.

[blockquote]”We are thrilled to be part of an event that has grown year over year and are proud to be associated in this Ottawa Food Bank initiative!”

– Marco Belanger, Operations Manager, Boone Plumbing and Heating Supply Inc[/blockquote]

Boone has been a staple in the Ottawa community for over 80 years and they feel they have a responsibility to give back and be a “good corporate neighbour”.

[blockquote]”We support various fundraising efforts each year but thought that being part of the Food Sort Challenge was a creative way of generating funds and an opportunity to bring awareness to the hunger problem that exists right here in and around our city,” says Belanger. “It’s also a great way to get employees at all levels of our organization involved in this worthy cause beyond just contributing financially.”[/blockquote]

Boone is a plumbing and heating wholesaler that has been part of the Ottawa area landscape since 1937. They also have a retail/showroom division called Mondeau Bathroom and Kitchen that caters to home owners, designers, builders, plumbers, and Do-It-Yourselfers. For more information on this amazing local organization, please visit their website.

Are you up for The Challenge?! Enter your team to participate in this year’s Food Sort Challenge on April 13th and you, as the team captain, will receive a FREE pass for two people to any Escape Manor room in Ottawa! Sign up today!

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