ServiceMaster Golf Tournament takes a hiatus – focusing on support of the Salvation Army
After five very successful years of hosting the “Meet on the Green” Golf Tournament to raise funds for charity, the ServiceMaster team has decided to focus their efforts this year on more, smaller events with universal appeal. We plan to continue giving back to the community and have chosen the Salvation Army as this year’s targeted charity. We hope you’ll keep an eye out for future events!.
ServiceMaster Owner Honored at Convention
ServiceMaster National Convention recognized owner, Greg Gandee’s, tireless work on InstaScope by presenting him with the Partner for Innovation Award. As part of the award Greg received $1000 which he donated back to the Make a Wish Foundation.
ServiceMaster Golf Tournament Raises Support for American Heart Association
Our annual September Golf Tournament raised $1,500 for the American Heart Association, matched by company pres, Jane Gandee for a total of $3,000!
Annual Golf Tournament Welcomes 100 Industry Pros
On September 18 we welcomed 100 friends, property managers and agents for a day at Potomac Ridge Golf Course in Waldorf, MD, complete with door prizes, raffles, and nosh.
Join us for October CE Classes!
Children back in school; pools closed for the season; leaves changing colors… Signs that it’s time to register for fall CE classes!
Continue Your Education With Us in March and April
Join us at ServiceMaster of National Capital Restoration for our continuing education courses! If you are interested in attending classes, please return the registration form as soon as possible to Janice Canody, CE Coordinator.
Frigid Temps & Frozen Pipes: Six Steps To Avoid Disaster Extremely cold temperatures can very quickly turn to ongoing, inconvenient, extremely expensive ordeals when home water pipes freeze.
Supporting The Salvation Army
35! That’s how many underserved children – aka “angels” – who will experience joy on Christmas morning via The Salvation Army thanks to the generosity of ServiceMaster of National Capital Restoration staff members. Employees had the chance to select and adopt an angel from our office tree, which represents a child whose family applied for holiday assistance from The Salvation Army of Alexandria.
ServiceMaster of National Capital Restoration is responding to water damage reports area-wide. While we are experiencing very heavy call volume, we are absolutely still accepting calls and working around the clock to schedule customers.