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SERVPRO of Society Hill

The 9th Annual Philly Spring Cleanup is set for Saturday, April 9th from 9AM to 2PM! This is a great way for you, your family, your friends and your neighbors to get involved and do your part to keep our City looking its best. SERVPRO of Society Hill staff will be along side with the can-do attitude of thousands of volunteers all over the city, We will be cleaning between front and eighth Street and Walnut & Lombard Streets. SERVPRO of Society Hill takes great pride in being a part of the Society Hill community. We understand that communities like ours hold America together. We want to do our part to ensure the Society Hill community thrives by helping those less fortunate, keeping the area safe and making our community the best it can be. SERVPRO of Society Hill plays an important role in participating in the Philadelphia Community: April 25, 2013 Philadelphia, PA – In partnership with the Philadelphia Regional SERVRPO, we hosted the PBMOA Disaster Symposium. This fun and exciting event educated local Property Managers how to be prepared for a disaster before it happens and the equipment necessary ensuring they are ready. October 22-31 2012 Ocean City, NJ – As Hurricane Sandy developed, Chuck Doyle and his crew prepared for the storm locally reaching out to friends, family & business associated in flood prone areas. We were nervous how the shore would hold up to the storm. Once given the clearance, we immediately began working with the Cape May County Franchise helping support impacted residential and commercial properties. Each of our vehicles was filled with drying equipment and crews ready to help as many people as needed. Our greatest hope from these efforts and triumphs during Hurricane Sandy is the remembrance that we are all very connected to the New Jersey Shore and we can work together to make a difference. In the end we all arrive at Recovery together. September 29 & 30 2012 Philadelphia, PA – Chuck Doyle and his team took on this experience and completed the ride to the NJ shore. They felt the sense of accomplishments as they crossed the finish line knowing they made the difference in the lived of families affected by MS.