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SERVPRO of Spring/Tomball & The Tomball Food Truck Festival

10/17/2016 (Permalink)

Community SERVPRO of Spring/Tomball & The Tomball Food Truck Festival SERVPRO® of Spring/Tomball Please Call 281-374-6454

SERVPRO of Spring/Tomball would like to thank The City of Tomball for allowing us to be part of its first ever Tomball Freight Train Food Truck Festival. It was incredible to see the amount of people who turned out to enjoy the festivities. 

Our Support For Breast Cancer Awareness

10/3/2016 (Permalink)

Community Our Support For Breast Cancer Awareness SERVPRO® of Spring/Tomball Please Call 281-374-6454

SERVPRO of Spring/Tomball would like to thank all of those who participated in this years annual 5K and one mile Paces4Pink run. This event truly embodies the importance of community and overall awareness we should all have surrounding Breast Cancer and other terminal illnesses.  

Paces4Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

9/13/2016 (Permalink)

Community Paces4Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness SERVPRO® of Spring/Tomball Please Call 281-374-6454

This October, pink warriors can run or walk a bit closer to home to fight breast cancer as the City of Tomball again stages its annual Paces4Pink on Saturday, October 1st, throughout the historic downtown district. Paces4Pink (formerly "Sherine's Stride") is a 5K certified run and 1-mile family walk through old Tomball to benefit breast cancer research and awareness. Funds raised through this event go to local non-profit, TOMAGWA to provide free breast cancer screenings. Please feel free to invite all friends and family to this great event! 

National Preparedness Month: Don't Wait. Communicate

9/7/2016 (Permalink)

Community National Preparedness Month: Don't Wait. Communicate SERVPRO® of Spring/Tomball Please Call 281-374-6454

September is National Preparedness Month and as an ongoing effort to better help our community, we want to provide tips, tricks and products that we have found help make it easier to prepare for emergencies. The recent storms that have affected much of south serve as a reminder that we must take action to prepare, now and throughout the year, for future unexpected catastrophes.