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Around their world in 40 deeds

image Nearly 80 employees participated in the walk and donated more than five boxes of toys.

DALLAS/FT WORTH - To celebrate 40 years in business, Dallas-based Structure Tone Southwest wanted to give back while looking back.







    The company’s “40 Good Deeds” initiative, created for the milestone anniversary, encouraged employees to perform good works for the community throughout the year. From cleaning horse stalls for Wings of Hope, giving blood to Carter BloodCare, sorting food for the North Texas Food Bank to climbing Reunion Tower for Wounded Warriors, employees logged over 600 volunteer hours and ran or walked more than 80 miles for various charities.
    The company’s year of giving back was capped off Nov. 17 when 80 employees walked a cumulative 40 miles to support Toys for Tots. Representatives from the US Marines Corps also joined the employees to collect toy donations.
    Structure Tone Southwest president Joe Cribbin says community support made their 40-year success possible.
    “We wanted to ensure that as we celebrated our hard work and success, we also gave back to those who aren’t as fortunate,” Cribbin says.
    General contractor Structure Tone Southwest has offices in Dallas, Austin, Houston and San Antonio. –mjm

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Melissa Jones-Meyer dfweditor@constructionnews.net