We enjoyed a brisk 9° day in appreciation of our new ReStore International Truck which Mercury, A Vantiv Company, provided funds toward. Habitat Board members, ReStore staff and core volunteers served baked goods, coffee and hot apple cider to employees at Mercury on Jan. 14th.
Many departments of Mercury worked alongside our mission on the Bayfield job sites in 2015 providing additional labor. We are thankful for their continued commitment to our community through affordable housing support.
Larry Drury, Chief Marketing Director and Ken Tallman of mercury, A Vantiv Company received our warm thanks. First National Bank of Durango graciously financed the loan which Mercury committed to fund over several years. In December 2015, the ReStore truck was completely paid!
Our ReStore provides monies that assist our mission in funding our annual builds. Purchases and donations generate homes! Please check out our new truck on the streets in La Plata County and become aware of our hard working community supporting the urgent housing crisis.