7-Eleven Makes Donation to the NMJBS, INC
Naomi Baker, the owner and operator of your neighborhood 7-Eleven store said I am pleased to present a Project A-Game grant to your organization, the New Martinsville Junior Baseball-Softball Inc. for $2000.
“Youth well-being is a philanthropic priority for 7-Eleven. Through the Project A-Game program 7-Eleven stores give back to the communities we serve by supporting local youth development programs to help create a strong foundation for the next generation.
We care about our neighborhood. By providing top-quality products and value, employing staff that live in the area, and always doing our best to support the community, 7-Eleven is committed to be the kind of neighbor you can be proud to call a friend. So please come by any time and pay us a visit. We are looking forward to seeing you!
We applaud your efforts to bring your “A-Game” when helping develop our youth and extend our best wishes for continued success, said Baker.”
Present to receive the grant from 7-Eleven was NMJBS, Inc. President Josh Loy, Vice-President John Smith, and Director of Public Relations Chris Eakin.
Loy, Smith, and Eakin were very appreciative to Baker and 7-Eleven for their generous donation to be used for the Nathan Hassig Memorial Sports Complex. The complex will start with two new fields and expanding later for our area youth to develop their skills.
“President Loy said, that VP Smith and Director Eakin have been putting in numerous hours working on the complex and things are starting to come together. And a big thank you to the Commission, Donors, and the community for the overwhelming support.”