Habitat for Humanity in Boca Raton Wins Big at 2015 AIA Florida Annual Convention
Deerfield Beach, Fla. – Architects raised $2,345.00 for Habitat for Humanity in Boca Raton, FL at this year’s AIA Florida 2015 Annual Convention and Trade Show. The annual social responsibility raffle, sponsored by Crawford-Tracey Corporation presented the local Habitat for Humanity with a check for $2,345.00.
The money was raised through a raffle, for a trip to Costa Rica. The AIA FL program started in 2011, with the proceeds from the raffle going to the local Habitat for Humanity. Crawford-Tracey has been the corporate sponsor since its inception. Charles Clary, former Florida Senator, FAIA and practicing architect in the Panhandle was the winner of this year’s raffle.
“Once again we are proud to be the corporate sponsor of this fund raiser and be able to raise money for Habitat for Humanity with this raffle.” says Ray Crawford, President of Crawford-Tracey. “It’s a great privilege to be able to give back to the local community.”
Image: Left to right: FAIA President for the Florida Foundation for Architecture, Bill Hercules; Crawford-Tracey Marketing & Sales Coordinator, Keira De Armas; AIA 2015 AIA Florida President, Andrew M. Hayes
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About Crawford-Tracey Corporation – Founded in 1956, Crawford-Tracey Corporation has become the largest glazing contractor and manufacturer based in the state of Florida, the company offers a complete line of impact and non impact-resistant window and door products. Crawford-Tracey designs, manufactures and installs all of its products. Crawford-Tracey developed, tested and installed the first impact-resistant, four-sided, structurally glazed system in the United States and continues to offer high-performance products to meet specific project needs. Crawford-Tracey’s corporate headquarters is located in Deerfield Beach, Fla., with a second facility in Jacksonville, Fla. For additional information on Crawford-Tracey products and services, visit www.crawfordtracey.com, or call 954-698-6888.