Mesa-based Contractor gives “Labor of Love” for Families of Sick Children

(September 6, 2010, Labor Day – Mesa, Arizona)  — Todd’s Porcelain & Fiberglass Repair recently refinished the corporate office countertops at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix.  The Ronald McDonald House is a “Home Away from Home”  for nearly 30,000 families facing the challenge of caring for their sick or injured children as they receive treatment at nearby hospitals or medical centers is located in central Phoenix. 
 
This is the second in-kind gift to the Ronald McDonald House, enabling them to keep their costs down so they may concentrate on providing a place for families through one of the toughest battles of their children’s lives.  Todd’s, a 32-year old Mesa-based company, previously provided the gift of refinishing surfaces in several housing units of this Ronald McDonald “home away from home.”   
 
Todd’s owner Gary Farrell, said “I invite anyone to assist in anyway they can, to the efforts of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix in support of children and their families who are experiencing especially challenging circumstances.”   
 
Todd’s is responsible for over 100,000 repairs and refinishes throughout Maricopa County. The licensed, bonded and insured 32-year old company refinishes tubs, showers, clawfoot tubs, sinks and countertops to the color of your choice.  A+ rating on Better Business Bureau of AZ and winner of Super Service Award by Angie’s List in 2006, 2007 & 2009. For more information call 480 835 7070 or visit www.ToddsBathtubs.com

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