Not “Just Lunch” Labor Finders Serves Hope to the Homeless of Sacramento

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CONTACT: Celina Klee
Labor Finders International, Inc.
561-273-8226
Celina.klee@laborfinders.com
www.laborfinders.com



•    Labor Finders: building strong lasting relationships with the community
•    Labor Finders: success is measured by getting people jobs the struggling economy



SACRAMENTO, CA- The plight of the homeless living in tents on the American River in Sacramento, California reached clear across the country to Palm Beach Gardens, Florida and touched the soul of a man; who decided that he needed to do something, anything to help these people get back on their feet again.

While on his way to work Dan Shube, the Director of Marketing for Labor Finders International, Inc., was listening to the radio that fateful morning and what he heard made his head spin.  "The news story was about hundreds of people who have lost not only their jobs but also their homes due to the economic down-term. Hundreds of men, women and children…families living in tents near the American River in Sacramento, California.  I knew that we at Labor Finders had to do something to help.  So after a brain-storming session with public relations manager Celina Klee, it was agreed that we had to do more than just give a hot meal to these people…we would try to get them back on their feet by offering job and career guidance. What we are hoping for at this event, is to draw the attention of employers from around the state of California or nationally which might lead to getting these people jobs during these trying times, and then it truly will be an amazing day," said Shube. After some research, we decided to hold the event at the Loaves & Fishes in Sacramento on Sunday, April 5 starting at 11:30 am.
 
Summer Barr, Branch Manager of the Sacramento Labor Finders office stated, "Sacramento is my home and I truly believe in giving back to our community.  Every day my focus is getting people jobs. And, on Palm Sunday, if we can help these people then it makes the day that more special."

"Our success has been measured by getting people jobs during this struggling economy and knowing when we hand out paychecks to our workers, they are now able to put food on their table; well, you can say the success is even sweeter," said Shube.

Labor Finders strength comes from the commitment of locally operated staffing offices that consistently satisfy their customers, while demonstrating their core values everyday: Respect, Appreciation and Safety. The mission is simple: treat temporary employees and customers fairly.


About Labor Finders International:
Labor Finders International, Inc., a franchise company, is the country's oldest and largest privately held industrial labor staffing company.  As Labor Finders approaches the opening of its 300th office, the company continues its 34-year tradition of leadership as the country's top name and resource in the business of temporary industrial staffing.

NOTE TO MEDIA: Ms. Summer Barr and Mr. Pat Berman will be available during the event for interviews.

To schedule an interview with Mr. Dan Shube, please feel free to contact Celina Klee, the Public Relations Manager for Labor Finders International, Inc. at 561-273-8226 or at Celina.klee@laborfinders.com. Be sure to check out the Labor Finders International, Inc. website at www.laborfinders.com.


Keywords: Labor Finders International, Inc., Labor Finders, staffing, temporary employees, homeless, economic down-term

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