• Perfection Helps to #EndAlz

    One thing we pride ourselves on at Perfection is giving back to the community. This year we chose to support the Alzheimer’s Association. We started in June of 2016 by hosting a company-wide blood drive. We invited our associates, vendors and customers to join us in this effort and as a team we donated 56 pints of blood! At this event we raffled off gift baskets created by each of our offices and had split the pot. Between June and November 6th, we collected Jeans Day money, associate and vendor donations and continued our raffle effort in order to raise awareness and funds to fight Alzheimer’s. On November 6th, the morning after our associate banquet, Perfection associates met at Axis Bowling Alley in Newport, KY for a pack-a-thon and bowling. We packed 2,000 care bags for the Alz Association to give to caregivers that they go and visit. It was a day of packing, eating, bowling and associate bonding as we gave back and hopefully made a difference in someone’s life.  Through all of our efforts, we were able to donate not only the care bags but over $25,000 to the Alzheimer’s Association. We would like to thank all of our associates, vendors, strategic partners and anyone else who donated to our cause and helped make our effort a success!

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    Join us for our Blood Drive on August 11th!

    Mark your Calendar! 

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    As part of Perfection’s 65th year celebration, we are hosting a company-wide blood drive. We will have Hoxworth trucks here in our Cincinnati office on August 11th from 9am – 5pm.   Our goal is to collect 65 pints of blood company-wide.

    This event is open to all associates, family members, vendors, customers, etc. Free food, door prizes and raffles will be offered throughout the day! Please help us spread the word and join us on August 11th to donate blood and help us reach our goal!

    Contact Tonya Rader at trader@perfectiongroup.com to sign up.

     

    Interesting Facts About Blood Needs:

    • Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood.
    • Approximately 36,000 units of red blood cells are needed every day in the U.S.
    • Nearly 7,000 units of platelets and 10,000 units of plasma are needed daily in the U.S.
    • Nearly 21 million blood components are transfused each year in the U.S.
    • The average red blood cell transfusion is approximately 3 pints.
    • The blood type most often requested by hospitals is type O.
    • The blood used in an emergency is already on the shelves before the event occurs.
    • It is estimated that sickle cell disease affects 90,000 to 100,000 people in the U.S.
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    Perfection Team participates in St. Joseph Home’s Incline to the Finish Line 5K

    On Saturday, April 16, 2016, Perfection associates: Courtney Stylski, John Albrecht, Wendy Clouser, Julie Parr, Leah Hoover, Jack Albrecht and Katie Youngblood formed a team and participated in the Incline to the Finish Line 5K run/walk to benefit non-ambulatory children and adults with severe developmental disabilities at the St. Joseph Home of Cincinnati.

    Perfection CEO, Jack Albrecht has been on the Board of the St. Joseph Home for several years and this is a cause he feels strongly about.

    St. Joseph Home has been in service since 1873. It is a nonprofit ministry and part of the Sisters of charity of Cincinnati.

     

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    Perfection Participates in the Cincinnati Scurry

    On April 1, 2016, the Perfection Team consisting of John Albrecht, Todd Albrecht, Mary Ann Straley and Julie Parr participated in the Cincinnati Scurry to help raise money for The Marvin Lewis Foundation’s Learning is Cool program, an educational reward program that recognizes students for A Honor Roll achievements.

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    Perfection Group, on behalf of One Warm Coat is holding our First Annual Coat Drive

    Perfection Group, on behalf of One Warm Coat (www.onewarmcoat.org), is holding our First Annual Coat Drive benefitting Matthew 25: Ministries.

    Our coat drive will be officially held at our Cincinnati office (2649 Commerce Blvd, Sharonville, OH 45241) during the week of December 9th through the 13th from 7:30am -4:00pm.

    Please help us make our First Annual Coat Drive successful by donating your gently-used and clean jackets or coats for both Adults and Children.

    We’ll have a box in our lobby for the coats and jackets.  There are tax receipts available at the front desk.

     

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    Perfection’s Jack Albrecht Chairs the Spirit of Construction Gala

    On October 19, 2013, The Spirit of Construction Foundation honored Lifetime Achievers of the construction industry at the annual Celebration of Construction dinner banquet. The 18th annual celebration banquet was at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati. Jack Albrecht, Chief Executive Officer of Perfection Group, was the Chairman of the event.

    The mission of SOC is to recognize and celebrate the construction industry and its many contributions to the civic, aesthetic, and economic well-being of the Greater Cincinnati region. Proceeds from the banquet will benefit the SOC Foundation’s Construction Careers Initiative, which focuses on college scholarships and career education programs for schoolchildren.

    Jack Albrecht states, “The sponsorships for the Spirit’s gala have been forthcoming. I’m enthused, but not surprised, that the Greater Cincinnati construction and business community have continued to be supportive. This year, we are placing added emphasis on providing scholarships to military veterans who are pursuing college degrees in construction related fields.”

    For more information, SOC’s Website, http://www.spiritofconstruction.org/.

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    Perfection Making A Difference In Knoxville, TN

    Helping out the clubs

    The staff of Perfection Group spent a recent Saturday morning doing preventive maintenance on the HVAC systems at the Gatlinburg, Kodak and Sevierville Boys & Girls Club branches. Each year the business selects a nonprofit to work with to save those agencies maintenance fees.

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