Mid-Cape Unveils Two New Trucks-For-A-Cause

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Mid-Cape Home Centers, a division of US LBM, has added  two newly-wrapped Trucks-for-a-Cause to their growing ‘”Fleet of Hope.”

Joining the ranks are a truck wrapped for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands and another for Mental Health Awareness.

Mid-Cape partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters, a local chapter of a nationwide organization dedicated to fostering one-on-one mentoring relationships, through both annual and event sponsorships. Some of Mid-Cape’s team members are also directly involved in the program as “big brothers and big sisters” to local youth.

Mid-Cape also wants to help offer hope for those who suffer from depression, anxiety and the toll trauma takes on the mind.

Mid Cape Truck scaled
A Mid-Cape truck is wrapped for a cause, supporting mental health.

“Our team takes this reality very seriously,” explains Crystal Pieschel, Director of Marketing at Mid-Cape. “After a team vote to collectively select the next big cause for the company to get behind and fund-raise for in 2022, we have chosen to link arms with B Free Wellness Inc., a local organization transforming people’s lives by providing low-to-no cost services for those whose lives have been affected by trauma, addiction and oppression.”

Mid-Cape is partnering this year with The Cape Cod Foundation and B Free Wellness for the 2022 First Responder Appreciation Day Saturday, June 18, at Mid-Cape’s South Dennis location. All proceeds will be donated to The Sean M. Gannon Memorial Fund and B Free Wellness, supporting the education of first responders, and aiding them in their fight for recovery and mental health.The event will feature touch-a-trucks, games, door prizes, food and fun.

Mid-Cape locations are also selling this year’s featured T-shirts, featuring the truck flag or Framework beer label, with proceeds going directly to first responders.

To learn more visit https://midcape.com/first-responder-appreciation-day/.