So with all the good things this charitable organization does; at least we offer up our hair to help support St. Baldrick
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
“Renegade Steel Buildings has a reputation in the pre-engineered steel building industry of doing things right. This is the reason why we decided to help fund and support St. Baldrick’s effort in this fight against childhood cancer”, says Kevin Welch (President of Renegade Steel Buildings).
St Baldrick’s indicates on their website that “more children are lost to cancer in the U.S. than any other disease—in fact, more than many other childhood diseases combined”. They raise and use funds to support clinical trials, build out infrastructure for research, and education of new Pediatric Oncology Researchers. They also focus on survivorship and supportive care research.
“So with all the good things this charitable organization does; at least we offer up our hair to help support St. Baldrick”, adds Welch. The event raised close to $6500. Welch says, “There were some laughs and giggle when our volunteers bravely stepped up to be shaved but overall it was a good day."
Facts about Renegade Steel Buildings:
Renegade Steel Buildings, Inc. is a prominent supplier of the high quality prefabricated steel buildings. They provide buildings for a broad range of residential and commercial applications including Garages, Workshops, Agricultural Storage, Barns, Airplane Hangars, RV Storage, Self-Storage, Commercial Warehousing, Retail Space and Office Warehouse. Some of the advantages of a Pre-engineered Steel Building include:
*Faster and more economical than conventional construction. Steel buildings are pre-fabricated at the plant making for quicker installation and lower labor cost.
*Engineering to meet specific wind and snow load requirements.
*Fire, hail and termite resistant.
*The ability for wide spans with no interior columns.
*Ease of future expansion or changes to the exterior appearance
If you would like to learn more about St. Baldrick’s Foundation you may visit their website at http://www.stbaldricks.org/. If you also would like to learn more about Renegade Steel Building and their products; just follow the link: Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings