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Readers can check out the SOCKTember 2023 article in C&R Magazine to get some of the infographics and other visuals but wanted to shout out. In addition to what we wrote there.
Michelle Blevins reminds contractors that SOCKtember and Restoring Kindness encourage organizations to, "Do these random acts of kindness throughout communities this is one of the best ways that you can market without marketing, right like you're building such great brand recognition and showing that your company really really cares."
SOCKTember 2023 Teams
Record Breaking Donations
SOCKTember 2023 was a record breaking year. This year restorers set a record raising over 72,000 pairs of new socks for local charities. And that's teams that raised 30 pairs of socks all the way obviously to the winner that raised 10,794 pairs. We had quite a few raisins 651 in the 4001 in 3000, a couple in the twos very high twos as well. Several and that 17 1615 1100 A couple of five hundreds and then several teams less. Just remember Red Deer raise 36 pairs in the first year and then they've gone up from every year since so it every pair your team raises a pair that wasn't in the community going to people who need socks previously.
Thank You to Pierce County
For our team, The Best DANG Sock Raising Team in Pierce County we want to thank those contributors who made themselves known. Many people gave generously and anonymously. Our generous drop sites - Jimmy, Dawn, and the team at Edward Jones of Graham Washington, Judy and the team at Tacoma Trophy, Quincy and the team at Campfire Coffee, and Theory Real Estate. There were several companies and individual contributors as well, including Movement Mortgage, Arken, ARES, Washington Restorer, Expert Restoration, Tyler Hegstad, Jotasha Krueger, Terrance Krueger, Dave English, Jennifer English, Hendricks Family, Nan Gehlen, Encircle, Luke Draeger, Aramsco, Joyce Gabriel, and MANY MORE.
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