Update: View the 2010 Mr. Handyman National Day of Service
This past Thursday, Mr. Handyman held its first system-wide charitable event, led by Franchisee Teddy Tenenbaum of Beverly Hills, Calif. More than 800 hours / 100 days of service were donated to deserving charities around the system! Technicians, owners, and CSRs donated their time and even some materials to organizations supporting veterans, low-income residents, food banks, and teen crisis centers to name a few.
Fishman Public Relations supported franchise owners who registered their project with customized publicity support and resources to pitch their story locally. Several TV stations and newspapers shared the work being done by Mr. Handyman around the country. Here are a just a few highlights from markets across the country:
- Channel 4: Good News for a Change featured BJ Meyers and Michael Fitzsimmons' contributions.
- Scroll down to the third story to see the Orlando owners' coverage .
- Franchisee Dan Johnson feels great about giving back to his Omaha community.