Family-owned and -operated businesses make up nearly 90% of U.S. businesses and account for 75% to 85% of the country’s Gross National Product. About one-third of these businesses are owned by women. To say that they are a foundation of our economy is, perhaps, an understatement.
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Every quarter, PMUSA employees select a charity to support. For the first quarter of 2016, we selected Operation Care Package, a charity dedicated to the mission that no hero serving our nation should be forgotten. Operation Care Package’s goal is to support our soldiers, marines, sailors and airmen through care packages and letters of encouragement.
PMUSA held a shoe drive to benefit Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls in the fourth quarter of 2015. This organization provides new shoes and socks to orphans and vulnerable children in the United States and countries across the world. Since 1991, the organization has donated more than 3 million pairs of new shoes and socks to kids in 81 different countries, according to Shoes for Orphan Souls.
PMUSA recently welcomed a new face to its organization. The woman-owned enterprise added another innovative industry expert to its leadership team. Tim Gozdor has taken on the role of Senior Director of Operations. Tim has served in leadership roles with top corporations in numerous fields, including energy, technology and building services, and brings a plethora of experience, talent and innovation to PMUSA.
DALLAS — August 31, 2015 — Rachel Sanchez, CEO of Prestige Maintenance USA (PMUSA), was recently announced as an honoree in the 2015 Women in Business Awards. Organized by the Dallas Business Journal, the awards recognize female leaders who are shaping the North Texas business scene.
PMUSA employees and leadership will contribute nearly 400 hours and donate household supplies to the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Dallas and Chicago during the second quarter of 2015. PMUSA CEO Rachel Sanchez said early in the quarter that “We’ve had an overwhelming response from employees who want to contribute to this effort, and we’ve already met our donation goals for the quarter.”