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gotügo Volunteers Portable Restrooms to Habitat for Humanity

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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...

gotügo Donates to Cancer Fundraising Event March of Dimes

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Gotügo was proud to donate its time and services to the Baltimore March of Dimes event “March for Babies” held on May 3, 2008. Gotügo contributed close to a whopping 100 of their brand new “signature green” Standard Porta Potties in addition to their ADA Porta Potties for the event. Gotügo was happy to participate in the fight against premature birth which touches half a million babies and their families each year. This is one of many cancer fundraising events that gotügo has participated in this year. Gotügo has been serving the Baltimore/Washington business and social sector since 1980. For more...

gotügo Donates to “Hockey Fights Cancer” Event

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Gotügo was proud to donate its time and services to the “Hockey Fights Cancer” fundraising event on May 2, 2008 at Ice World Skating Rink located in Aberdeen, MD. Gotügo is always ready and willing to give back to the community in the fight against cancer, a well worthy cause. This is one of many cancer fundraising events that gotügo has...

gotügo Sponsors Baltimore’s Urban Forest Project

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Gotügo was proud to donate its time and services to this years’ 2008 Baltimore Urban Forest Project. Baltimore-based Tilt Studio Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization, is helping to preserve Baltimore’s forests and greenways by bringing together more than 350 local artists, designers, students and local businesses to produce city banners creating awareness for Baltimore City’s parks and trees. The banners can be seen all over the city through June 28th and in turn will be made into tote bags to benefit the Baltimore City Department of Recreation & Parks Tree Baltimore Campaign. Gotügo has been serving the Baltimore/Washington business and social...

gotügo Donates to Scenic River Land Trust

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gotügo was proud to donate its time and services to the Scenic River Land Trust, a private, non-profit organization that helps to protect and preserve Maryland’s various forests and greenways, streams and wildlife. On April 19, 2008, this year’s “Walk for the Woods” event attracted over 200 local residents exploring the 546 acre Bacon Ridge Branch Natural Area. Gotügo has been...

Harford LIVE! Home & Garden Show

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So Much To See and Do All Weekend Long! With over 350 Exhibits, The Harford LIVE! Home & Garden Show at Ripken Stadium goes above and beyond to offer the entire family a weekend full of fun, entertainment, and new resources for their home and family. So much more than your typical home show, Harford LIVE! offers something exciting for everyone:...

Arundel Habitat partner gotügo to supply portable restroom solutions in 2008

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Arnold, MD. (February 2007) – Arundel Habitat is proud to announce an agreement with gotügo, a local portable restroom solutions company located in Glen Burnie, Maryland, will donate all of the portable restroom needs for all of our building sites. “Our annual goals for building new, affordable homes in Anne Arundel County and the South Baltimore communities of Brooklyn and Curtis Bay are ambitious,” says Board Chairman Joe Allwein, “We depend on the commitment of socially responsible companies like gotügo who are willing to give back to the community with a much needed and valued service.” According to Dan Ellis, Arundel...