DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - October 03, 2016) - Pinnacle, one of the nation's leading multifamily management firms, announces the kick-off of its first Corporate Team Community Service Week designed to positively impact the communities it serves across the country. Organized through a partnership with United Way, more than 440 company volunteers are dedicating their time and talent to assist nationally recognized charitable organizations during the first week in October.
Team members from each of Pinnacle's 16 corporate and regional offices are volunteering at least eight hours during the designated week to assist the United Way, help local food banks, take part in school and park restoration programs, team up with social service agencies, and more.
"Pinnacle is built on a caring culture and we are providing our employees with an opportunity to assist a non-profit of their choosing during the work week," explains Chief Operating Officer Larry Goodman. "Everyone has busy lives and it is sometimes difficult to find the time to serve a particular community need. This gives every team member the chance to participate."
Working together, Pinnacle and United Way are on a mission to change lives. The team is tackling issues that make a lasting difference by focusing on impact services related to education, income, and health. Throughout Corporate Team Community Service Week, Pinnacle will volunteer for non-profits in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, Nevada, Oregon, Texas and Washington.
About Pinnacle Property Management Services, LLC
Pinnacle Property Management Services, LLC, ("Pinnacle") is a privately held national real estate provider specializing in third party management of multifamily residential communities. As one of the nation's preferred third-party managers, Pinnacle's portfolio includes approximately 147,000 residential units and 2.1 million square feet of commercial assets. With the Corporate headquarters located in Dallas, Texas, Pinnacle has over 3,500 employees located in 26 states. For more information, visit www.pinnacleliving.com.
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