We are extremely pleased to announce the partnership between Elite Strategies and Palm Beach County Solid Waste Authority and their “Adopt-A-Spot” program.
The adopt-a-spot program plays an integral role in the environment in PBC. While most household trash is collected at your curb, their are other areas such as streets and empty parking lots that tend to collect trash that is unsightly, unsanitary, and hazardous that will continue to collect if it is not cleaned up. The Adopt-A-Spot program conducts beautification projects in the area to complement their cleanup efforts. This is administered by the CIS division of the SWA.
Part of our vision at Elite Strategies is to cultivate a branded company in the community that cares about the environment, takes part in the upkeep of the community, supporting law enforcement, and encouraging the youth of tomorrow. Our “adopted spot” will be near the area of the 900 Block of East Linton Blvd in Delray Beach, spanning from SW10th Avenue to SW 4th Ave, concentrating mainly on the parking lots within these communities, specifically near our headquarters at 900 Linton Blvd. It is important to us not just to have a clean area for our headquarters, but to keep our beautiful “Village by the Sea,” free from debris and other waste that is potentially hazardous to the environment.
We are also inviting members of the media and press to our first cleanup to help raise awareness for our cause. We are the very first corporation to sponsor an Adopt-A-Spot program in Delray Beach to date, and we hope to set the tone for future businesses to take part in community cleanup efforts, and to stay environmentally aware. Our goal for the 1 year mark is to have 50 volunteers and an area that spans from Military Trail to A1A.
If anybody has any questions about our first Adopt-A-Spot event or would like more information, please contact us! Thank you!
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