Community First Saturday Support Continues

Hopefully no one is getting tired of hearing the continual good news that comes from our Community First Saturday Events! Our community is coming together in a new way and we’re super happy to be a part of it!

A large amount of appreciation is expressed from Angeles Millwork, Hartnagels, Peninsula Trails Coalition and Mt Olympus Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen of Washington, to all our incredibly generous customers and selfless community customers! 

Lumber Traders’ CEO Kelly Fox presented representatives of Peninsula Trails Coalition as well as Mt Olympus Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen of Washington with checks and cash from our July Community First Saturday promotion totaling over $1380!

We’d like to thank everyone who shopped with us this past Saturday, you are the driving force behind the current and future success of our Community First Saturdays. 5% of the retail sales was split and donated to PTC & Mt Olympus Chapter of the BCH of Washington along with over $380 in direct donations from our customers! 

Our customers have now helped raise over $4700 for non-profits on the Olympic Peninsula!

INCREDIBLE!

If you missed it, or you want to shop and feel that giving feeling again, join us Saturday August 4th as we continue on with Community First Saturdays by benefiting the Mt. Olympus District of the Boy Scouts of America. Representatives will be at the stores that Saturday sharing with our customers about the great impact they have on our communities and the essential work they do mentoring our young men and women to be influential and responsible, community minded adults!

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Want to know more about the Peninsula Trails Coalition?

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