American Profit Recovery Adopts Local Families For the Holidays

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American Profit Recovery, a collection agency in Michigan with additional offices in Massachusetts and North Carolina, has once again taken time out their busy schedule to make the holidays that much more enjoyable for local families in Massachusetts and Michigan. This is the fourth year in a row the company has adopted families with their Adopt a Family program.

Team members and owners of the company have spent the past couple of weeks shopping for families referred to them by Volunteers of America and the Boys and Girls Club of Metrowest.

In Michigan, American Profit Recovery adopted a single mother of six young children, ages 14,13,10,8,5 and 2. A list of items was presented to the company and many participated in helping make this family’s holidays a little brighter. In Massachusetts, the collection agency adopted a father and his two young girls. The father was presented with the toys, clothing and other items just a few days before Christmas at the Boys and Girls Club.

Donated items included a toddler bed, microwave oven, various items for the kitchen and of course toys and children’s clothing. And one employee along with her family made all six children Christmas stockings and filled them with toys, candy and many other items for the Michigan family.

“As adults, we tend to take holidays for granted, especially Christmas. Being in an atmosphere where the family was appreciative of even the smallest things was a huge reality check,” said Diamond Andrews, an APR team member. “This will definitely go on my list of my favorite APR moments.”

Employees of American Profit Recovery (Tony Perez, Tarlise Lott, Ashley McCullough, and Diamond Andrews) get ready to deliver presents.

Employees raised over $1,000 by paying for the opportunity to dress casual in the office and each office set up a giving tree with all the gifts needed for the family. Employees used money raised as well as their own funds to buy gifts.

American Profit Recovery (APR) is a collection agency with offices in Massachusetts, Michigan and North Carolina. Founded in 2004, APR specializes in the collection of third-party debt in industries such as medical/dental, banking, trades, lawn care and other professional services. With early intervention and a strong focus on ethics and diplomacy with consumers, APR works hard to preserve the relationship between client and consumer with an ultimate goal of keeping the business relationship intact. The firm serves approximately 3,500 clients nationwide. American Profit Recovery and their team have earned many awards including Best Places to Work in Collections, The ACA International Foundation Fellow Award and Banker and Tradesman’s Gold Readership Award. 800-711-0023 http://www.americanprofit.net/

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