Cleaning Authority helps leave hunger in dust

This Holiday season, 130 offices of The Cleaning Authority across North America are participating in The Cleaning Authority CARES Harvest food drive campaign. Brian Greenwald, owner of the Lee’s Summit office, is on The Cleaning Authority CARES Committee and is working with his staff and community to collect food for Lee’s Summit Social Services. Brian was recently featured in the Lee’s Summit Journal for the office’s efforts. “It’s easy, inexpensive and our customers can be involved. It’s something our communities can embrace,” Brian said. Click on the image below to read the article.

Cleaning Authority Helps Leave Hunger in Dust

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