Over 100 DIRECTV Employees Join Forces with Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas in Celebration of Earth Day Business Wire -- April 19, 2013 DIRECTV: In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, 2013, over 100 DIRECTV employees will join forces with Habitat for Humanity to build a series of homes located on a parcel of land at the intersection of E. Colton and Brazil in North Las Vegas. In addition to providing for WHAT: building materials, DIRECTV volunteers will work side by side with future Habitat homeowners to construct simple, decent, affordable homes for hard working, low-income individuals in Southern Nevada. The project, while still in its early stages, will eventually house six deserving families, with an estimated completion date of November 2013. All of the homes will be Energy Star and WaterSmart certified. WHEN: Monday, April 22, 2013 from 10am-2pm WHERE: 2805 E. Colton Ave. North Las Vegas, NV 89030 PHOTO/INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES: DIRECTV CEO, Mike White and Habitat for Humanity Executive Director, Meg Delor. 100 DIRECTV Volunteers. “Habitat for Humanity’s continuing efforts to strengthen the Las Vegas community are needed now more than ever to stabilize struggling families,” said Meg Delor, Executive Director. “With every new family that moves in with ambitions to create a better life, Southern Nevada becomes a safer, more vibrant place to call home. DIRECTV volunteers are more than just a group of people contributing their time to construct a house. They are helping build a community that learns how teamwork can fulfill dreams. Bridges are built between people, as well as the satisfaction of being part of a life changing experience.” Contact: Habitat for Humanity Erika Christensen, Dir. of Community Outreach 702-638-6477 x24 / cell 702-812-3535 firstname.lastname@example.org or DIRECTV, Inc. Cara Brugnoli 212-205-0887 / cell 347-224-9534 CMBrugnoli@DIRECTV.com
Over 100 DIRECTV Employees Join Forces with Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas in Celebration of Earth Day
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