Our team members in Northwest Arkansas recently participated in the Hispanic Heritage Festival, an annual event hosted by the Fayetteville, Arkansas, Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with National Hispanic Heritage Month.
Our damage prevention trailer was parked along the parade route and near the entertainment stage at the event, which celebrates the influence of Hispanic culture with music, costumes, dancing, a health fair and other activities.
During the festival our team members were able to distribute lots of 811 materials to educate area residents on the importance of safe digging. They also provided information on energy efficiency that will be useful as the seasons change and we transition into heating season.
Sounds like a great afternoon!
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