Everdry Roofing is Giving Away a Roof!

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Everdry Roofing is Announcing It's First Annual “We Got You Covered Roof Relief Program”

"We are very excited to be doing this. Your roof is so importmant for many ways, however in this economy a big investment like that is not in the cards for many people. We want to take that burden away for a deserving family." Jamie Scuka, Everdry Roof

Everdry Roofing Inc. is proud to support our local community and would like to give back by donating a free roof.

Although it may not be the most alluring part of a home, the roof is the most important as it's main purpose is to protect everything on the inside. In many cases the roof is the most neglected part of the home because replacing it is such a big investment. If a roof that needs replacing does not get the attention it requires it could cause more problems in the home such as interior damage, or even mold. Everdry wants to start this annual program because they understand the costs involved and want to give this gift to a deserving family.

This is not a sweepstakes or contest offer. Only families and non-profits in need are eligible. Nominees will be judged on need, community involvement, and service to others. Five finalists will be selected by a panel of judges comprised of Gwinnett Chamber members and leaders. At that point the five families/non-profits will be able to share their stories and the public will vote. One finalist will be chosen to receive a full roof replacement, including all material and labor. Runner up will receive a roof repair.

Nominations can only be made at http://www.facebook.com/everdryroofing Program nominations must be received no later than April 15, 2011. Finalists will be announced April 22, 2011. Everdry Roofing would like to thank our partners Bradco Supply, Owens Corning, Haul Masters, and Yepser Internet Strategy for their participation.

Everdry Roofing Inc. Specializes in residential, commercial, industrial roofing, and gutters. Service areas include all of Metro Atlanta, GA and upstate South Carolina.

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