New business helps CASA of Westmoreland
CASA of Westmoreland a nonprofit organizations that provides volunteers to act as independent advocates for abused and neglected children in the court system, has won a contest from a new business in Hempfield.
FASTSIGNS® of Greensburg, at 6044 Route 30 West, will give the group a free visual communications makeover worth $2,500.
The business held a MetamorphoSIGN contest for local businesses and organizations to enter and rally votes to win. CASA's victory was announced at a grand opening event on May 2.
“After a month of voting, we are thrilled to announce that CASA of Westmoreland won our local MetamorphoSIGN contest,” said Jim Jubert, the owner of the Hempfield business with his wife, Annette. “CASA gives a lot back to the community and now it's their turn, we couldn't be happier to provide them with a visual makeover.”
CASA, founded in 2006, served 12 children and had 15 active volunteers in its first year. It now serves more than 120 children.
The new company is a sign, graphics and visual communications company that helps to increase visibility through signs and graphics including vehicle, floor and window graphics, point of purchase and digital signs, labels and decals, architectural and interior décor signs, printing, promotional products and clothing.
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