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SERVING PLATES AND FILLING CARTS

03/14/2012 1:03 PM -

SERVING PLATES AND FILLING CARTS
EMPLOYEES VOLUNTEER AT LOAVES & FISHES AND FOOD BANK


With aprons on and hairnets in place, SMG American Bank Center employees served lunch to over 230 people at the Metro Ministries Loaves & Fishes cafeteria last month. Employees volunteered February 13th and 27th from 11:45-1:15 helping serve lunch and clean afterwards.

The volunteer activities are part of a program that SMG American Bank Center initiated that encourages employees to get involved with giving back to the community. Group volunteer opportunities are coordinated every month with different organizations.

“The most difficult part about volunteering can be finding the time to do so,” said Eric Jaramillo, Director of Marketing for SMG American Bank Center. “There are many organizations that are in need of extra help and if you let them know your availability they will find something to fit your schedule. We got in touch with Loaves & Fishes and told them our availability and they gave us options on how we could help.”

This Wednesday, March 14, from 1:00pm- 4:00pm, SMG American Bank Center employees will assist the Food Bank of Corpus Christi with sorting food donations and packaging boxes for clients.

Organizations that are in need of volunteers for upcoming projects are encouraged to contact SMG American Bank Center at 361-826-4700 or americanbankcenter@cctexas.com.

For more information on upcoming events, visit www.AmericanBankCenter.com. American Bank Center is Corpus Christi’s premier event center. Find us on Facebook or Myspace and follow us on Twitter @AmericanBankCtr.

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