Reliable Contracting donates Safety Cones to Digital Dash 5k

Safety ConesHere at Reliable Contracting, we not only believe in providing high quality and, of course, reliable work, we also believe in giving back to the community. That is why we recently donated safety cones to Ridgeway Elementary for their 2013 Digital Dash 5k and Fun Run: Race for Technology. Reliable traffic foreman Anthony Johnson also donated his personal time to deliver, unload, and reload the cones for the event…as he does every year.

The event was a success, attracting over 200 people and raising over $3,500 for the school to purchase smart boards for its class rooms.

“Thank you for your sponsorship of Ridgeway Elementary School’s Digital Dash,” wrote Melanie Greenhill, Digital Dash 5K Coordinator, in her letter to Reliable.

The very next day, Reliable Contracting donated safety cones for another great event, the 3rd Annual Annapolis Run for the Light House at Quiet Waters Park – Half Marathon. All proceeds benefit the Light House Shelter in Annapolis, which provides help to the homeless in our community.

And this Saturday, Reliable Contracting is donating 75 safety cones for the First Annual Beechtree Battling Breast Cancer 5K Walk/Run, the only Breast Cancer walk scheduled for Prince George’s county this year. The goal of this event is to raise $5,000 to benefit women in need of mammograms and breast cancer research. Susan G. Komen Foundation will receive 100% of the contributions.

It is an honor to be a part of these three great events!

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