MILWAUKEE, Feb. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On February 25th The Wooster Brush Company joined Ace Hardware and Valspar Corporation personnel in turning an educational event into a good deed for the VETS Place Central housing facility.
The easiest way to learn is by doing—that's why Wooster Brush sales personnel frequently conduct product knowledge training sessions for store employees. Through a donation of tools and time, Wooster Brush spent a day educating Ace Hardware personnel about selecting the best tools for various coating jobs while demonstrating proper painting techniques.
"It was a rewarding experience—bringing together Ace associates, and representatives from Valspar and Wooster to brighten the rooms where homeless veterans will be given shelter. At the same time, participants were exposed to practical experience and product knowledge of Chinex® FTP™ & Silver Tip™ paintbrushes, Pro/Doo-Z® FTP™ roller covers, as well as Sherlock® roller frames and extension poles," said Bill Loeb, district manager for The Wooster Brush Company.
Sixteen gallons of "Warm Oatmeal" Optimus™ Interior Paint were donated by Valspar Corporation for this project. To learn more about Valspar coatings visit valsparpaint.com.
More than 15 volunteers from Ace Hardware locations around the Milwaukee area painted four rooms at the VETS Place Central facility on February 25th. Visit acehardware.com to learn more about Ace Hardware and to find a location near you.
VETS Place Central (VPC) offers transitional housing to 72 veterans and single-room rental units to 16 age-eligible or disabled veterans. Day services are offered to eligible veterans. VPC is a full-service, one-stop homeless shelter providing a holistic approach to serving the homeless veteran population. To find out more about VETS Place Central, visit cvivet.org/services/vets-place-central, email Berdie Cowser ([email protected]), or call (414) 342-5000.
About The Wooster Brush Company
Established in 1851, The Wooster Brush Company is the oldest independent manufacturer of paint applicators in the USA. Based in Wooster, Ohio, the privately held company with 550 employees produces more than 2,000 products for both professional and DIY painters. Two industry standards--angle sash paintbrushes and synthetic fabric roller covers--exist today because of The Wooster Brush Company. Wooster tools are available at traditional paint and decorating centers, hardware stores, paint sundry distributors or retailers, and home centers. Learn more about The Wooster Brush Company at woosterbrush.com.
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