Mark Galey, owner of Master Home Remodelers and president of the Atlanta Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), has always had a heart for giving back. For the past 11 years, Galey has built or renovated more than 100 homes for those in need while serving as president of
The Fuller Center for Housing.
After attending a NARI chapter meeting at the Tremron Atlanta Design Center last year, Galey won a fire pit (donated by Tremron) at the group’s monthly raffle. For the generous contractor, it was a no-brainer to donate it to charity. His nonprofit of choice?Camp Twin Lakes, a place where children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and other life challenges can enjoy the wonders of camp. With the help of fellow NARI members Kurt Anderson, owner of Bin There Dump That, and Pamela Andersen, owner of Classic Stoneworks, Inc., the three removed the camp’s original metal fire pit at its Rutledge location and installed this new Tremron fire pit, creating a more enjoyable place where youth can gather, make s’mores, and share stories for years to come.
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