On April 24th, Macon teammates held their First Responders Appreciation Cookout. With over 140 people attending, teammates were humbled by the stories shared by the first responders in attendance.
On May 8th, Carrollton teammates had the pleasure of hosting at East Carrollton Parks & Recreation. After sitting down to lunch and getting a chance to know one another, some of the firefighters in attendance gave Northwest Teammates a tour of the trucks, equipment, and fire house!
The LaGrange First Responders Appreciation cookout was held at the George Harris Baseball Complex on May 28th. The responders that had been on call over Memorial Day Weekend were extremely appreciative for the chance to have some much needed down time and good food.
This was the 2ndyear the Tucker teammates visited their neighboring Fire Station to show thanks for all that they do. Northwest teammates had a chance to get to know more about the first responders in that area and even share a little bit of what we do at Northwest.
For the 2ndyear, the Savannah team partnered with local business to host their First Responders’ Appreciation Cookout. Co-hosted with Savannah Harley-Davidson and Firehouse Subs, the event attracted first responders throughout the region!
This year we returned to visit our favorite four-legged officer on the force, Kai! Our team was able to present Officer Sherfield and Kai with a brand-new bulletproof vest. Also, in attendance was South Carolina House District 14 Representative, Stewart Jones, who joined the Piedmont teammates in thanking all the men and women who dedicate themselves to keeping the community safe.
With over 100 people in attendance, the Lanier teammates made this year’s appreciation cookout one to remember. The team sat down for good food and fellowship, taking time to thank the first responders in attendance for all they do.
The Stockbridge team went above and beyond with their appreciation cookout. In addition to serving those in attendance by way of a Northwest teammate assembly line, they packed boxes to take to those that could not attend the appreciation event.
On August 18th, our Marietta, Corporate, Customer Care, and Wildlife North offices came together to give back to those who protect the community day in and day out. Not only were our teammates able to express their gratitude to the first responders in attendance but they were also able to share more about what Northwest and Good Deeds is all about.
Canton teammates had the pleasure of serving over 75 firefighters during their August 23rd event! They were able to meet some new firefighter recruits that were attending a training class and speak with them about their experiences.
The Buford first responder event hosted more than 75 local firefighters, EMS, and police officers. Buford teammates were happy to connect to the first responders in the area and give thanks for all they do for the community.
Over 300 first responders turned out for the Columbus appreciation event! In addition to serving all those in attendance, Columbus teammates packed food up and took it to deputies at the local jail that could not make it to the event.
150 first responders were in attendance at our Smyrna appreciation event! The great weather paired well with the event, making it a great day filled with fellowship and gratitude for all those who work to make our community safer every day.