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American Integrity Restoration helps Girl Scouts

April 26, 2011
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WOOD DALE, IL — American Integrity Restoration, a Disaster Kleenup International (DKI) member company, has partnered up with local networking group Glastonbury Business Network International (BNI) to support "Operation: Taste of Home," according to a press release.

"Operation: Taste of Home" is a Girl Scout cookie program that offers cookie lovers the option of purchasing cookies for American troops overseas, the release noted.

Steve Weir, owner of American Integrity Restoration, jumped at this opportunity with the help of his six-year-old daughter Juliana Weir, a current member of the Girl Scouts, the release stated.

According to the release, Weir offered a challenge to his employees and to his fellow members in his BNI group that he would match every cookie sale with a donation for the troops — the challenge was met with $748 in cookie sales; Steve matched this and sent 192 boxes of cookies to the troops.

Click here to read the complete release.

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