At Haul Away Containers, we believe that taking a few moments out of our busy lives can make a difference. We wanted to show our support for the Revere youth football program and help shape the lives of our young men. We decided to help Revere youth football by assisting in removing old equipment and donating funds to help get new equipment on the practice field so they will be prepared to play football. Below is an article about us taking a few moments to give back to our community.
Revere Youth Football appreciates help
11/20/2014 – West Side Leader
By Letter to the Editor
To the editor:
For years now there has been a pile of old blocking sleds and football equipment cluttering up the Revere practice fields. The mess was bulky and we had no way of moving it until a few local community members stepped in and made it happen. Bart Carmichael, local owner of Haul Away Dumpsters, and Hiram Coffey, Al Coffey and Matt Wratcher volunteered to haul the scrap to the scrap yard to clear the field. After several hours of cutting the steel into small pieces for lifting and hauling purposes, loads of steel were transported to the scrapyard for processing [shown above]. Once finished, Haul Away decided to donate the money made back to the local school so they could buy some new equipment.
Thank you all very much for helping to get rid of this mess and for donating the money back to our kids.
Scott Read, fields and scheduling coordinator, Revere Youth Football