We do our best to stay involved wtih your community with the help of Operation Once in a Lifetime ;)
Operation Once in a Lifetime - American Veterans Restoration & Roofing supports Operation Once in a Lifetime 100% and is proud to be involved with their mission on any level possible. SGT Patrick Sowers has proven to be a great friend to our company as well as a mentor/role model of service above self and community. This year Operation Once in a Lifetime pushed Toys for Troops where people donated Toys that were given to Military Families mainly in the Fort Hood area. American Veterans Restoration & Roofing won an autographed Troy Polamalu football at the Operation Once in a Lifetime / Hard Rock Cafe / Wild Turkey raffle and then months later donated that football back to Operation Once in a Lifetime. The Southern Steelers Fan Club raised $600 for that football and presented the check to Operation Once in a Lifetime to help put a smile on the face of our service men and womens children. This December, American Veterans Restoration & Roofing partnered with Operation Once in a Lifetime and the Allen Americans once again to present the Nation Anthem before the hockey game and raise boxes and boxes of Toys for our Troops.
Storybook Ranch caught fire Thursday night. The extent of the damage is still unknown.
Storybook Ranch’s entertainment facility, which has hosted celebrities, movie sets and grand parties in McKinney, caught fire around 9 p.m. Thursday night, reports NBC-DFW (Channel 5). Firefighters used a ladder truck to extinguish the fire from above.(First Response Photography) No animals at the ranch or people were hurt, Storybook Ranch officials wrote on their website. The amount of damage to the Wild Bill’s and Calamity Jane’s entertainment facility is still unknown, but McKinney Fire Department is still investigating. “We do know that we will need to rebuild,” Storybook Ranch officials wrote in their statement. Keep Storybook Ranch in your thoughts and wishes tonight, that those affected by the loss will be able to recover and rebuild from this devastation.” Firefighters pulled ranch foreman, Michael Javier, out of his second-floor apartment above where the fire started, Channel 5 reports.
Letter from Rick Perry to the boys at American Veterans Restoration & Roofing.
The office of the Governor sent a signed letter from Rick Perry acknowledging American Veterans Restoration & Roofing for our efforts during the "Freedom Road" project in Dallas. AVR&R is the first recorded company to lay down the Red, White and Blue on the streets in front of City Hall in Dallas on Veterans Day. On the 11th Month, on the 11th Day at the 11th hour we started this project not wind or rain could prevent us from successfully completing this mission. American Veterans Restoration & Roofing started promoting this project on Divorce Rescue the previous week. The Red White and Blue stripes on the road would guide the Dallas Veterans Day Parade the following morning all the way through the pass and review stand.