Greeneville, TN – This weekend, TEVET played in traffic (technically waited at the 4-way stop by the Sandwich House restaurant). We were doing what our mothers always told us not to do. Sounds exactly like how we were when we were kids. But this time, we had good reason to risk arm and limb. We were participating in the March for Babies Roadblock
All Saturday, we spoke to kind grandparents going to and from the grocery store, collected loose change from people who just grabbed lunch, and waived at the kids who were off to their playdates with friends. Our community stepped up and showed up to help out our cause. To see this kind of overwhelming support makes us realize that our efforts – our community outreach – is truly working and strengthening our community. That is one of the goals!
Thank you to all who worked the roadblock, stopped and chatted, donated, or simply waived. With your help, we are exceeding our fundraising goal for March for Babies this year!
See how else we get involved with March for Babies/March of Dimes:
Looking forward to this coming weekend - the main event on May 6th - March for Babies race!
You can be a part of the race - in person or virtually - with free registration OR you can donate to the cause with the following links:
Free Race Registration - Search for Greeneville, TN for the specific race location
TEVET is a certified HUBZone and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned small business. With 2018 sales projected at $200M; TEVET is a successful, safe, small business. There are 480 small businesses with the combined SDVOSB and HUBZone classification. There is only one small business with revenues that exceed $25 million; which puts TEVET in a class all of its own. TEVET takes the HUBZone classification seriously, for every dollar spent with TEVET, we take a portion of it and put it to meaningful use through our multiple socioeconomic engagements. Strengthening families, employees, and the communities we serve is at the very core of TEVET’s mission.