Wilmot Recreation Complex: How T&T Power Group Supports Their Community in Kitchener

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At T&T Power Group, we believe strongly in giving back to the communities where we live and work. That’s why we are always looking for opportunities to get involved, so we can say ‘thank you’ to the people who support us and find a way to put a smile on their faces. We take pride in the work that we do in these communities and getting involved helps us understand how this work benefits them — it definitely gives us a ‘warm fuzzy’ feeling!

Here’s one story of how our team got involved recently. Last winter, we sold two large synchronized backup generators to the Wilmot Recreation Complex. The Wilmot Recreation Complex is located just outside New Hamburg, west of Kitchener, Ontario. This facility is used for activities like skating, swimming, and more by families in the Township of Wilmot. The complex is close to our Head Office in Wellesley, so we decided this would be a great opportunity to go out and meet some people who used the facility…

On Saturday, March 12th, our team went down to the Wilmot Recreation Complex. From 8:30am to 11:30am, we handed out free Baden coffee and free Wellesley Brand Hot Apple Cider. While it may have been only a small gesture, it gave all of us a chance to see the families who now have somewhere safe and warm to go during the next major ice storm or power outage. More importantly, it made us feel proud of what we are doing and connected to our community.

It was a great experience for our team and we look forward to doing it again in the future! Stay tuned for more community blogs from our teams in Ontario and Saskatchewan. And don’t forget to follow our Linked Page for updates!

To learn more about T&T Power Group and how we help organizations in our community, visit our contact page.

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