Falmouth Couple Among Finalists in Free Roof Give-Away

Robin & Jim Manning need votes...
Five finalists seek votes to receive a free roof from Care Free Homes (CFH photo)

Fairhaven, MA – Care Free Homes, Inc., a local home improvement company, is excited to announce the finalists of their 5th Annual New Year, New Roof Giveaway; the community will vote online through January 15, 2020 to choose the winner of a GAF roof.

Communities throughout Southeastern Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Cape Cod nominated deserving, in-need homeowners to be recipients of a GAF Timberline HD roofing system earlier this month. Five homeowners who demonstrated exemplary citizenship and service were selected from over two dozen nominations and advanced to the final, voting stage. The five finalists include Raymond Gousie of Rehoboth, MA; Terri & Kevin Hendricks of New Bedford, MA; Tiffany Lewis of New Bedford, MA; Janice Lynch of New Bedford, MA; Robin & Jim Manning of Falmouth, MA.

“Our New Year, New Roof Giveaway is our favorite community event of the year. It gives us the opportunity to showcase some pretty amazing folks who are working to overcome difficult life challenges. It’s truly an uplifting and positive experience – especially for the winners.”  said Care Free Homes Marketing Coordinator, Stephanie Pickup.

The community is invited to read the finalist stories and cast a vote for their favorite homeowner beginning January 10, 2020 through Wednesday, January 15, 2020. Voting takes place on the Care Free Homes, Inc. website at www.carefreehomescompany.com/new-year-new-roof-2020. The winner will be announced with a surprise reveal on Friday, January 17, 2020.

The New Year, New Roof Giveaway is made possible thanks to a partnership between Care Free Homes, Inc. and GAF Roofing. United Way of Greater New Bedford and Black Tie Cookies also support the program as community partners. United Way assists with community outreach and Black Tie Cookies donates gourmet cookie bouquets to the finalists and the winner.

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