American Profit Recovery Adopts State Park For Clean Up

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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — Collection agency American Profit Recovery once again participated in Michigan’s Adopt a Park Program. For many years the American Profit Recovery team has participated in this program and in year’s past adopted Proud Lake State Park. Over the past several years – the company and staff has had over 600 hours volunteered by the employees as well as thousands of dollars of supplies donated.

This year, American Profit Recovery adopted a new park – Island Lake Recreation Area. Island Lake is the in the top five of the most visited state parks in Michigan and everyone was thrilled to be involved. This year the staff took part in a couple of different projects. They built over 20 brand new picnic tables as well as landscaped and beautified four different areas of the park.

American Profit Recovery

(Back) Mike Hiller, Sean Lennon, Joel Royster, Joe Witkowski, Tim Roberts, Ashley Fillinger, John Wohlgemuth (Front) Sarah Landon, Sarah Sitterlet, Bethany Ramsay, Peggy Quigley, Kaylee Nicefield, Melissa Mallia

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