‘Pay It Forward’ Charity Event Announced

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Real Estate Co. “Pays it Forward”

April 15, 2016                                                                                      Contact: Peter Nelson

Phone: (206) 992-6637

Email: peter@fullservicepm.com

 Seattle, WA – A Seattle-based property management firm is hoping the goodwill from an upcoming event will inspire other companies to follow suit.  Based on the 2000 movie of the same name, Full Service Property Management announced today the launching of its 2016 “Pay it Forward” charity event.

On Saturday, Aug. 13, employees of this small, family-owned company located in South Seattle will descend on the residence of a local homeowner in the Rainier Valley.  The mission: to clean up the landscaping and make repairs around the exterior of the home.

“We were in a company meeting and one of our team members expressed an interest in getting the company involved in meaningful charity work.  So we came up with this idea!”, said Peter Nelson, President of Full Service Property Management.  “We’ve asked our tenants and a couple of churches in the area if they have anyone they can nominate.  We were looking for someone elderly, handicapped, indigent, or otherwise unable to do the work themselves.”, Nelson added.

The idea emanated from the movie of the same name where the beneficiary of a good deed repays it to others rather than the original beneficiary.  “We have been extremely blessed by this community and we want to give something back”, Nelson said.

The project will involve the company’s employees, friends, and family bringing landscaping tools and supplies to a local homeowner and cleaning up the landscaping around the house and repairing anything broken outside.  All of this will be done for the homeowner free of charge.

“It’s our way of giving back to the community – to Pay it Forward”, Nelson said.  He hopes other people and companies will be inspired to help out or follow suit and have their own ‘Pay it Forward’ day.  Interested parties are encouraged to contact Full Service Property Management directly at (206) 992-6637 or www.fullservicepm.com.

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