Company Donates Bicycles To Bratt Elementary Students

December 11, 2018

Instead of a traditional Christmas party, one area telecommunications company decided to give back, building bicycles for over a dozen children at Bratt Elementary School.

“We wanted to give back to the community where our employees reside so instead of a traditional company holiday party we partnered with Build A Bike for a day of employee team building activities and good food,” John Heathcock, senior director of customers service at Impact Telecom in Atmore, said. “At the end of the day we collectively built 14 bikes.”

The company also donated new helmets along with the bicycles as part of the their corporate “give back” project.

For more photos, click here.

Photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Comments

One Response to “Company Donates Bicycles To Bratt Elementary Students”

  1. Zachary on December 11th, 2018 10:24 am

    Wow, awesome! What a great way to give to the community. Just look at those smiles. Awesome job Telecom!





Have a comment on this story?

We welcome your comments on this story, but there are some rules to follow::

(1) Be Nice. No comments that slander another, no racism, no sexism, no personal attacks.

(2) No Harrassing Comments. If someone says something bad about you, don't respond. That's childish.

(3) No Libel. That's saying something is not true about someone. Don't do it.

(4) Keep it clean. Nothing vulgar, obscene or sexually related. No profanity or obvious substitutions. Period.

(5) NorthEscambia.com reserves the right to remove any comments that violate our rules or we think to be inappropriate. We are not responsible for what is posted. Comments may not appear right away until they are approved by a moderator.

(6) Limit your comments to the subject in this story only, and limit comments to 300 words or less. Do not post copyrighted material. Comments will not be added to stories that are over 30 days old.

(7) No posts may advertise a commercial business or political group, or link to another commercial web site or political site of any kind.