October 27, 2017
When You’re in Hot Water
THE WOODLANDS, Texas - Standing against breast cancer can be tough alone. One company has united their entire staff in a movement to fight breast cancer. Quadvest is taking a two-speared approach to supporting women battling breast cancer at home and nationwide through a partnership with local organization iGoPink and The Breast Cancer Charities of America. Each and every dollar raised will support women going through treatment, and will help to provide educational materials to schools, hospitals and other groups.
The horrifying truth is that an estimated 252,710 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in 2017 alone, according to BreastCancer.Org
. Donations and support can help to make a difference in the lives of the women (and men) fighting the disease each day. Quadvest is not only matching each employee donation dollar for dollar, but they are also hosting a Feeling Beautiful Again drive to collect beauty items for bags of hope that are distributed to patients nationwide.
Their efforts will culminate on their First Annual Pink Out Day on October 30, where representatives from iGoPink will be on hand to collect donations and spread the message of hope and courage. To learn more about how you can get involved, contact PR Marketing, LLC.
Quadvest Water and Sewer Utility has been a Montgomery County staple for nearly 40 years. Founded by Gary Sequeira and his father-in-law, Odell Vaught, the company is an independently owned utility providing service to more than 50 communities. Gary Sequeira is an avid second-generation Houstonian. Of his five children and 12 grandchildren, three children currently work at Quadvest continuing the heritage of family owned commitment and pride. His son, Simon Sequeira is the current President of Quadvest.