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CarpetsPlus of Wisconsin in our Community



WE'RE MORE THAN THE FLOOR.

- Over 40 Wisconsin Classrooms have received new area rugs in our annual Give Away to Teachers event!

Participating schools include:
John F. Kennedy School, St. Joseph's Wisconsin, Jefferson Middle School, Plover Whiting School, Lindbergh Elementary School, Waubesa Intermediate School, Schenk Elementary School, Sennett Middle School, Monona Grove School, Amherst Elementary School, Taylor Prairie Elementary School, Allis Elementary School, Glacial Drumlin School, Cottage Grove Elementary, St Mary's Catholic School, Jackson Elementary School and others.

- Wisconsin Public Television thanks Carpets Plus for their generous donation to our annual auction!

                     

- Every Summer Carpets Plus donates to and volunteers with the wonderful organizers of JAM Fest.  This event honors the life of Joel Marino, a remarkable man and tremendous human being.  Joel's life was ended too quickly when he was murdered in his home in January of 2008.  Money raised at this event helps college bound students pursue an education in music, Joel's greatest passion.  Activities include a kickball tournament, 5K run/walk, prize drawings and live music.  Please join us at Brandt Park in McFarland. 

- Carpets Plus is a proud sponsor of Madison Kennedy Little League!

- Carpets Plus was happy to support Theresa Cirone in her recent fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Foundation.  Theresa walked 60 miles in an effort to raise money for research and therapy.  Way to go Theresa!