AMC LIQUIDATORS SupportED The 9th Annual Rebuilding Together Day
South Florida-based Liquidation Company donated home furnishings to 14 area homes and local church
LAUDERHILL, FL (May 5, 2008) – Michael Grimmé, CEO of AMC Liquidators, a prominent furniture retailer and liquidation company based in Fort Lauderdale, proudly participated in The 9th Annual Rebuilding Together Day by delivering new home furnishings to families in need free of charge on April 26, 2008 in the St. George neighborhood of Lauderhill.
Grimmé and the AMC Liquidators staff, along with more than 30 local and national corporations and service organizations and more than 280 volunteers from across the county, dedicated an entire day to providing free home improvements to benefit 14 area low-income homeowners and a local church – including improvements and repairs in electrical work, plumbing, roofing, carpentry, painting, kitchen renovations and appliance repairs. AMC Liquidators donated $250 gift cards to each of these homeowners, allowing them to refurbish their home décor and delivered the furniture free of charge during the day.
“As a business, we are only as strong as the community around us,” said Michael Grimmé, CEO of AMC Liquidators. “That is why projects like the Annual Rebuilding Together Day are so important. It is a pleasure and an honor to be a part of a program that gives back to families in need.”
AMC Liquidators has two locations in Fort Lauderdale. Some of the company’s major clients include The Ritz-Carlton, The Breakers and The Delano. The Commercial Boulevard Store is located at 3705 W. Commercial Blvd and the Las Olas Shop is located at 1304 East Las Olas Blvd. For more information, please call toll-free, at 1-888-762-7060 (main office at Commercial Blvd) or our Las Olas store (954) 525-5353, or visit on the web at www.amcliquidators.com.
Rebuilding Together Broward County is an affiliate of Rebuilding Together. With 230 affiliates, Rebuilding Together is America’s largest volunteer-based organization focused on revitalizing low-income houses and communities across America. Since 1988, more than 3 million volunteers have invested time and skills to rehabilitate more than 100,000 houses and non-profit facilities. Our mission is: “Bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners.”
Rebuilding Together Broward County depends on the time and contributions of volunteers and sponsors. For more information on volunteer and sponsorship opportunities, call Dave Reierson at (954) 462-6200 ext. 250 or visit the website: www.rebuildingtogetherbroward.org.