We'd like to take this time to wish you health and happiness this holiday
season and prosperity in the New Year. We thank you for your business
and for letting us be part of your success.
Merry Christmas, happy holidays and all the best to you, your family, and your organization!
The ServiceMaster All Care Team
ServiceMaster Cleans Up with NASCAR
On November 15, ServiceMaster All Care Restoration participated in the Checker O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at the Phoenix International Raceway. Owner Jeff Jackson and friend, John Corley (pictured above), along with Paul Campbell and Brad Blankenship of Modesto, California, were part of the ServiceMaster Clean Racing Honorary Clean-up Crew.
It was a great event and an honor to be a part of the action with NASCAR!
We are excited to announce the launch of our new websites......
We're excited to launch a new website for both our Tucson and Phoenix
offices. We think you will find it to be not only informative but helpful. Should
you have any questions that you don't find answered on either website, please don't
hesitate to contact us directly.
Getting in the Christmas Spirit
This year ServiceMaster All Care Restoration had the privilege of participating in Operation Christmas Child, an organization dedicated to providing children around the world with a Christmas present.
Volunteers from our company shopped for underprivileged children and packed toys and gift items into a shoebox, which was then shipped by Samaritan's Purse to poverty-stricken areas worldwide. Dedicated volunteers will deliver these shoeboxes to children who would not normally receive a Christmas present.
This year we packed and shipped six shoeboxes. We plan to participate again next year and collect shoeboxes from our community.
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ServiceMaster All Care Restoration offers free estimates on any residential or commercial services
With the holiday season here, now is the time for insurance companies to think about what they can do to make sure their best
customers know they are appreciated. Here are a couple of ideas to use this season:
Holiday Tips for
Business Holiday Greeting Cards
One very affordable thing you can do is send out business holiday
greeting cards to your clients. For the price of a greeting card and a
first class stamp, you can get a message directly into the hands of
your customers, wishing them a happy holiday season and letting you
know that you are looking forward to continuing a relationship with
them into the future. Be sure that you select cards that convey an
appropriate professional image for your organization. Make sure to choose
something tasteful that conveys an air of professionalism.
Gifts for Customer Offices
Another way to show your customers your appreciation is to drop
off a gift that everyone on the staff can enjoy. A tin of holiday
cookies with your business card attached or a holiday themed cake, tin of
popcorn, or other type of treat that staff members are sure to enjoy
snacking on during the hectic days leading up to holiday vacations.
If you want to give something to your point of contact at your
customers' offices that the individual can choose to keep or share with
co-workers, a holiday gift basket might be a good idea. Select a basket
filled with items that can be used at home or at work, such as fruit,
cookies, candy, coffee, tea, holiday ornaments, or desk accessories,
Whatever you do, showing your customers how much you appreciate them is important this time of year. Appreciating your customers is key to keeping your customers.
|Keep Your Holidays Happy and Safe
The holiday season is upon us,
and while filled with fun and family, this time of year can also
pose some unique safety hazards.Tree Safety:
Keep trees away from flame and heat. Each year, hundreds of residential fires and injuries are the result of Christmas tree fires.
Use no more than three light strands per extension cord.
Do not burn evergreen branches once the holidays are over; this can cause chimney fires.
Artificial snow spray can be a
respiratory irritant and very
flammable; use with caution
Keep the base of the trunk in water at all times to prevent early needle loss.
Get a large plastic "tree bag" and place it on the ground before you set up your tree, covering it with a
decorative blanket. When the tree is
to be disposed of simply remove the
stand and draw the bag up around the tree, containing most of the mess.
Tree sap should be removed with a solvent-type cleaner.