Do you want to help renovate the homes of U.S. veterans and help in areas that have been affected by disasters such as the Superstorm Sandy? You have the chance by going to Craftsman.com/MakeaDifference and signing up for the Craftsman Club.
The Craftsman brand, well-known and trusted America’s tool brand, recently launched the “Make a Difference” Tour together with Sears Heroes at Home and Rebuilding Together. Throughout the summer they will be driving across the country trying to make difference in various communities and also inspire individuals to do the same, to bring out their tool boxes and work with their hands.
“We believe all Americans can build, create and shape their worlds, from the smallest of home projects to the tallest of buildings. And, we enjoy the pride in seeing our passion for making come to life,” said Michael Castleman from Sears Holdings.
Together with them is also Ty Pennington, national TV personality who will be helping with the tour as a leader of the volunteers. He said that “I’m excited and proud to be part of the Craftsman ‘Make a Difference’ Tour because, with the help of volunteers from Heroes at Home and Rebuilding Together, we’ll make a positive impact in the lives of those in need.”
Along the way, the “Make a Difference” Tour will be making more than 20 stops, and at each event, in addition to everything else, there will be demonstrations of the latest Craftsman products, giveaways and much more.
The tour is part of Craftsman’s new “Made to Make” campaign, meant to celebrate the maker in each of us.
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