February 16, 2011 (Newswire.com) - Advanced Restoration Inc. has selected a winner for their contest: "The Secret Restoration Project". After careful consideration, Advanced Restoration Inc. is pleased to announce that the recipient of The Secret Restoration Project is The Good Samaritan Health Clinic of Pasco, Inc. Advanced Restoration, Inc. is a water damage, mold remediation and sewer cleanup company in Florida.
While there were several close contenders, Advanced Restoration, Inc. chose The Good Samaritan Health Clinic because of the tremendous services the clinic has been providing to the local community. The Good Samaritan Health Clinic has been providing free medical and dental care services to indigent, uninsured residents in Pasco County for over 20 years. They have a skeleton staff of 2 full time employees, 1 full-time Nurse Practitioner, 4 part-time employees and over 100 volunteers, physicians, nurses, dentists and pharmacists who volunteer their time at the clinic to provide over 4,000 patient visits per year. Patients receive their medications for free at the clinic as many of them cannot even afford to purchase the $4.00 prescription medications. Patients also receive blood work, x-rays and other testing at no charge. The building that the clinic occupies was donated by Pasco County and is in need of repair.
For the outstanding efforts of The Good Samaritan Clinic, the team at Advanced Restoration Inc. will be cleaning, sealing, and refinishing the exterior of the building along with the overall property as needed. Advanced Restoration, Inc. wants the clinic to remain "healthy and beautiful". They will also be supplying and hanging a new American flag for the clinic!
In addition, several people and businesses have stepped forward to contribute to The Secret Restoration Project. Owner Don Olson, from Don Polson Painting, and his employees will be pressure washing the building as well as donating time to help paint, equipment, materials, and labor. Owner Chino Restrepo, of W.T.O.W; Window Tinting On Wheels, and his family will be donating time and labor to help paint. Finally, Richard Moore from Color Wheel New Port Richey is donating paint, supplies, time, and labor.
Advanced Restoration Inc. will continue to help any time possible to make sure that The Good Samaritan Clinic continues to aid the local community for many more years to come. The restoration begins on Thursday, February 17th and is expected to be completed by Saturday, February 19th. The entire restoration will be detailed on Advanced Restoration's website http://www.drymeout.com
For more information on The Secret Restoration Project, please contact Jon Hall at
1-800-379-6368 or email email@example.com.