West Shore Home Donates Wreaths and Volunteers during Wreaths Across America Event

ANVILLE, Pa. (Dec. 14, 2019) – This holiday season, West Shore Home wanted to not only donate money but time to the members of our local community. On Saturday, December 14, we partnered with Wreathes Across America to assist in the laying of 40,000 wreathes on the graves of veterans at the Indiantown Gap Cemetery. In addition, West Shore Home also donated wreaths to help Wreaths Across America exceed their goal.

“Here at West Shore Home, we strive to be exceptional teammates,” said B.J. Werzyn, owner of West Shore Home. “This is a great way for us to live out one of our core values while also supporting an incredible veteran cause.”

West Shore Home is proud to partner with veteran organizations in the communities that we serve. To learn more about Wreaths Across America and to assist them by donating wreaths for next year’s event, visit WreathsAcrossAmerica.org.

Wreathes Across America

The purpose of the Wreathes Across America program is to remember the fallen, honor those who serve and to teach children the value of freedom. Each chapter works to honor our fallen heroes by providing a brand new wreathe to put over their graves. Through the generous support of donors, Wreathes Across America is able to provide every veteran’s grave with a lovely wreathe to honor their memory. Click here to learn more about Wreaths Across America and sponsor a wreath today!

About West Shore Home

West Shore Home, headquartered in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, is a home remodeling company operating from Pennsylvania to Florida. Since its founding in 2006, West Shore Home’s mission has been to provide the fastest, most convenient home remodeling services in the market. With a focus on speed, efficiency and convenience for the customer, West Shore Home aims to make remodeling as simple as using Uber or Amazon. For additional information about West Shore Home, visit www.westshorehome.com.

Contact: Nick Christie, nicholas.christie@westshorehome.com, (717) 798-3827