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10 Veterans to Receive Life-Changing Gift Thanks to Small Businesses Nationwide, Including N.O. Business



From left to right: Lisa and Craig Lindow and Brian Gottlieb, president of Tundraland Home Improvements and founder of Baths for the Brave.

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KAUKAUNA, Wis. - Many of our country’s veterans struggle with basic everyday tasks, such as bathing. For this reason, 10 home improvement companies from across the country decided to take action and band together for a second year in a row for Baths for the Brave, a one-day event planned for Thursday, Nov. 8. This event provides veterans with a brand-new tub or shower system, free of charge, to improve their quality of life.

Participating home improvement companies include:

  • Alenco Home Improvement; Lenexa, Kan.
  • Bath Expo; Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
  • Brytons Home Improvement; Winterville, N.C.
  • MaxHome; New Orleans, La.
  • NEWPRO Home Improvement; Woburn, Mass.
  • Reborn Cabinets Inc.; Anaheim, Calif.
  • Tiger Bath Solutions; Bolingbrook, Ill.
  • Top Tier Kitchens & Baths; Springfield, Mo.
  • Tundraland Home Improvements; Kaukauna, Wis.
  • West Shore; Mechanicsburg, Pa.

“Baths for the Brave is going to change the lives of these veterans, who each have an inspiring life story. Every day these veterans wake up feeling like guests in their own homes, but on Nov. 8, they will go to bed with peace of mind knowing they can bathe safely and independently,” Brian Gottlieb, president and owner of Tundraland Home Improvements and founder of Baths for the Brave, said. “The other awesome thing about Baths for the Brave is these remodels are happening simultaneously across the country, with all of the participating companies capturing parts of the installs in real-time, via Facebook Live, so the public can follow along with our veterans.”

Baths for the Brave was born last year as a result of a similar initiative Gottlieb and his team at Tundraland Home Improvements created locally in their hometown, near Green Bay, Wisconsin, called Tundraland Cares. Through this program, Gottlieb provides veterans in need and deserving families with remodeled bathrooms, standing wheelchairs and family vacations to Disney World, all free of charge.

 

Source: Business Wire

 

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