The Hamilton County Commissioner honors Frame USA for their community outreach.
February 17, 2013 (Newswire) - Frame USA's annual campaign to Fill The Truck, along with the year-long dedication to giving back to the community, has earned the philanthropic company recognition from the President of the Hamilton County Commissioners. Chris Monzel has decided to honor local businesses that, even in these tough economic times, are still interested in and working towards, giving back to the community.
In addition to Fill The Truck, Frame USA's "Charity of the Month" program donates one dollar for every order of picture frames sold on the Frame USA website.
Frame USA CEO, Dan Regenold, was invited to the February 14th State of the County Address and Rotary Club Luncheon. It was towards the end of his speech that Commissioner Monzel explained his plans to create a quarterly award to recognize businesses in Cincinnati who focus on making a difference in their communities. The initial award was given to Frame USA because of the sponsorship they give to numerous different charities locally and nationally. Our Charity of the Month Program supports local and national charities through our Retail and Online stores while our annual Fill The Truck Program supports The Healing Center and other local charities.
"Frame USA believes strongly in giving back to the community through the Charity of the Month program and our Fill the Truck Initiative. This year's Fill The Truck program helped 6 great charities around the Greater Cincinnati area by providing over 30,000 items to people who are struggling due to this terrible economy. We thank all who helped and participated this by contributing to Fill The Truck!" Dan Regenold, CEO, Frame USA.
For more information about Fill The Truck, please visit www.fillthetruck.org. For more information about Frame USA's Charities, please visit http://www.frameusa.com/pages/charity.