During 2017’s National Painting Week, thousands of Sherwin-Williams associates across North America volunteered to refresh more than 240 locations in need of a fresh coat of paint.
Painting contractors participated with their local Sherwin-Williams teams in several of these projects at community centers, parks and historic landmarks, lending their expertise to the benefit of many communities across the country.
Free paint and supplies
Sherwin-Williams also donated the paint and supplies for the projects, thanks in part to the help of social media fans who “donated” their digital color at DonateYourColor.com.
Local affiliates of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Canada, Ronald McDonald House and Rebuilding Together were among the organizations that benefited from the 2017 National Painting Week projects.
The power of giving back
Thinking of participating in next year’s National Painting Week or another community project in your area?
Kevin Nolan of Nolan Painting shares how community marketing will build your brand while helping your community in the Sherwin-Williams Pro On the Go video series.
Watch more business-building videos like this at s-w.com/pro-on-the-go.
This article was originally published in the Summer 2017 issue of PPC magazine. Get more business building tips on the Sherwin-Williams contractor website.