MyWay Mobile Storage is Pleased be a Part of the REALTORS® Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh’s (RAMP) Curb Appeal Day Project

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MyWay Mobile Storage is pleased be a part of the REALTORS® Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh’s (RAMP) Curb Appeal Day project.

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RAMP Curb Appeal Day 2016— RAMP volunteers give a hedge some attention

MyWay Mobile Storage is pleased be a part of the REALTORS® Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh’s (RAMP) Curb Appeal Day project. On June 10th, RAMP’s Community Service Committee is heading out into the community to enhance the curb appeal of homes of five or six local senior citizens who aren’t able to do the work themselves. MyWay Mobile Storage is donating several flats of flowers to brighten up the yards.

“This has become one of our favorite REALTORS® Reaching Out Events,” said Alice Vaday, RAMP Community Service Committee co-chair, “Curb appeal” is the visual attractiveness of a house as seen from the street.” Vaday continued, “As the real estate industry pertains to homeownership, this is a perfect way for us to help those homeowners who may be struggling to maintain their own home due to financial or physical shortcomings.”

Ed Sickmund, MyWay Mobile Storage Market Owner and RAMP Affiliate member said, “MyWay is happy to be able to support this terrific event. We know that not everyone can do their own gardening anymore. This Saturday morning blitz will not only give some seniors the splash of color and curb appeal they want, but it will be a fun and festive morning for the volunteers.”

“The recipients of our work are residents of the Pittsburgh region who have a demonstrated need of assistance with basic home maintenance,” said William Russo, RAMP Community Service Committee co-chair. “In Service of Seniors, a Community Partnership component of Family Services of Western Pennsylvania, identifies the seniors who could benefit from our help.” Russo noted, “We welcome any donations to help with Curb Appeal Day: flowers, mulch, tools, or some ‘green,’ cash, that is, to buy supplies.”

About Family Services of Western Pennsylvania (FSWP):
Family Services of Western Pennsylvania has a long history of serving families and individuals in the southwestern Pennsylvania region, dating back to 1885. FSWP is guided by a mission to “empower individuals to reach their full potential.” FSWP presently provides more than 38 distinct programs for families and individuals in the categories of mental health, intellectual disabilities, vocational rehabilitation, child welfare, safety net, and older adult services. For more information about In Service of Seniors and other Family Services of Western Pennsylvania programs visit their website at http://fswp.org.

About the REALTORS® Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (RAMP):
Since 1911, RAMP has served real estate professionals and the community as western Pennsylvania's most effective voice for private property and industry professionalism. RAMP began with 30 members and has since grown to include approximately 2,100 residential and commercial realtors. RAMP has remained at the forefront of public policy and member advocacy. With full-time government affairs and education programs, RAMP is uniquely positioned to provide its members with the tools they need to do business successfully and ethically. By shaping legislation and preparing REALTORS to serve their clients more effectively, RAMP has delivered the American Dream to five generations of Pittsburgh-area property owners. Visit http://www.realtorspgh.com.

About RAMP’s Affiliate Committee:
RAMP’s Affiliate Committee is made up of real estate industry professionals who help realtors do business every day by offering a wide range of services. Affiliate Committee members find new ways to build a mutually beneficial relationship between RAMP members and other key segments of the real estate community. Through education and networking events, the Affiliate Committee works with RAMP to advance their mission of assuring an ethical and prosperous real estate industry in the Pittsburgh region.

About MyWay Mobile Storage:
MyWay Mobile Storage is the leading provider of moving and storage solutions and located in a spacious 27,500 square foot facility in West Mifflin, PA to better service their customers in the metropolitan Pittsburgh area. They provide quick and easy do it yourself moving containers that can be delivered right to your door and stored in their climate controlled, secure storage facilities. MyWay Mobile Storage is a RAMP Affiliate Member and Market Owner, Ed Sickmund, was honored with their 2011 Affiliate of the Year award. Sickmund and Myway Mobile Storage are also involved with the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), Business Networking International (BNI) and the South West Communities Chamber of Commerce (SWCCOC), where Sickmund currently serves as board president.

To learn more about MyWay Mobile Storage, visit http://www.mywaystorage.com or call 888-336-9929 to speak with a Moving & Storage Consultant.

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