Gotügo has announced a partnership with the Anne Arundel-based Habitat for Humanity. As part of their pledge, gotügo will lend the use of their porta potties to the construction crews at Habitat for Humanity sites. By offering their services, gotügo will be saving the Arundel Habitat another expense in their quest to build quality homes for low income families.
Both parties are excited about the formation of the partnership and have been looking forward to working with each other. Arundel Habitat Executive Director Dan Ellis stated: “For us, it’s about homeowners…By partnering with the business community…we’ve been able to work with more families.”
At gotügo, the partnership offers an exciting opportunity to work with a well established non-profit organization. Chris Patterson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at gotügo, said that the partnership provides her company with a “sense of well being”.
“It’s been exciting for us. Everyone over at Arundel Habitat is wonderful,” she said.
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