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Frontier Financial Group raises food for needy
Published on Wed, Nov 28, 2012 (2:56 p.m.)FRONTIER FINANCIAL GROUP RAISES FOOD FOR NEEDY
Company Teams Up with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Las Vegas Again to Benefit Those Less Fortunate
HENDERSON, NV, Nov. 27 - In the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving (November 1st through 21st) Frontier Financial Group conducted a canned food drive for the 165 employees of its Henderson, NV collection agency. The food collected was donated to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Las Vegas. This was the first time the company conducted a Thanksgiving food drive, but according to the company this will be an annual event.
Nicole Perez, Executive Assistant at Frontier Financial Group said that “a good majority” of the staff participated in the food drive. “We raised 5 big boxes full of food,” said Perez after the drive concluded. Those 5 boxes of food could feed as many as 500 people, by some estimates.
Frontier Financial Group has a history of giving back to the community. This year will be their 3rd year conducting a toy drive for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Las Vegas. Michael Hall, Director of Collections for the Frontier Financial Group says he's “proud” to dress up as Santa Claus every year to hand out the toys that his companies employees donate for the needy kids.
About Frontier Financial Group
Since its founding in 2008 Frontier Financial Group has been dedicated to a customer service based approach to collections, allowing the highest level of service to its clients with the best opportunities for its employees. For more information, visit www.frontiernv.com.
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For more information or to schedule an interview with Michael Hall or Nicole Perez, please call Andrew Powers at (702) 466-5580 or email Andrew at [email protected]
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