Pella Pittsburgh Gives Back at Best of the Burgh with The Children's Home and Lemieux Family Center
Posted by Rick Hangliter on July 20, 2018 in Pella Windows & Doors of Pittsburgh
Every year readers of the Pittsburgh Magazine make picks for the "Best of the Burgh" issue of the Pittsburgh Magazine. This night is put on in celebration of the winners and also to find out what it is that makes them so popular with the Pittsburgh Magazine readers. It's also a great night filled with food, drink, entertainment, a plethora of surprises, and of course, giving back to the community.
This year The Children's Home was chosen as Pittsburgh Magazine's 2018 non-profit partner. This meaning that they were setup at the event but also that all of the proceeds from the tickets sold on their website are donated to The Children's Home!
We participated this year and wanted to give back to The Children's Home as well. Pella offered all customers attending the event 5% of the profits from their window and door projects would go towards The Children's Home as well as an additional 2% off the homeowners' project cost on top of on-going discounts through August 12, 2018.
The event was a huge success and a great event in support of The Children's Home, so donate to their cause of promoting the health and well-being of infants and children through services which establish and strengthen the family here.
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Rick Hangliter is the Regional Manager of the Pittsburgh region for Gunton Corporation, the largest independent distributor of Pella Windows & Doors in the country. Rick has nearly 30 years of experience in management leadership within the building materials industry, including more than 20 years at Gunton. Rick enjoys helping small businesses achieve their growth goals with the arsenal of solutions that are unique to Pella and Gunton. So few builders and contractors have access to market data and training, and Rick thrives in bringing these business insights to customers and prospects. When not at work, Rick enjoys golf, spending time with his wife and sons, youth ministry, reading on a wide range of topics, and his annual attempt at improving his vegetable gardening skills.
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