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    PB&T Bank Champions

    Pueblo Cooperative Care Center engaged in the official toilet paper hand-off at PB&T Banks Main Branch on Monday, March 18th and picked up 11,692 rolls of toilet paper. On hand were Rachel Schulman, Vice President, Cara Fitzgerald, Marketing and Communications Manager and Dillon Wallace with Western Paper Distributors who matched PB&T’s efforts with an additional 5,000 rolls of toilet paper. When the total was counted, PB&T was elevated into the winners category as they totaled 11,782 rolls total. Congratulations PB&T Bank staff, customers and Western Paper Distributors on meeting a common need with an uncommon request. For the fourth consecutive year, you remain the holders of the coveted “Porta-Roll” trophy once again and are true community champions!

    PB&T Bank Reclaims the Throne

    PB&T Bank Reclaims the Throne

    Cara Fitzgerald, Marketing and Communications Manager for PB&T Bank is seen here anxiously accepting the 2019 Toilet Paper Challenge “Porta-Roll” trophy for the sixth time on behalf of PB&T Bank organization. Ms. Fitzgerald reiterated that employees and customers had fun with this year’s competition and that they did not want to lose the infamous “Porta-Roll” trophy to another organization. She was overjoyed that the trophy was “coming home” and that it would be displayed in the lobby of the banks Main Branch located at 301 W. 5th Street in downtown Pueblo.  Mickey Moore, CEO and President, graciously thanked Pueblo Cooperative Care Center for providing “We Know You’re Wiped Out” pastries to all participating branches and said “the employees love to participate in the challenge and their goal is to better the prior year.  So, with that said, the staff has a major goal  for 2020!!!”  Thank you PB&T Bank for supporting the 2019 Toilet Paper Challenge and congratulations on your well-deserved victory. We too look forward to 2020!  The benefit from your contribution will assist many individuals and families who need our help the most and on behalf of the Pueblo County community, just know that we appreciate you!  

    Bank of the San Juans – Sunset

    Bank of the San Juans Sunset

    Bank of the San Juans Vice President Terry Baughman say’s “the Bank of San Juans is ready to roll with the 2019 Toilet Paper Challenge with plans to wipe out the competition.” Ms. Baughman provided these pictures of the Sunset branch’s theme for this year’s collections.

    Bank of the San Juans – Sunset

    Bank of the San Juans Sunset

    Fox’s Garden Supply

    Fox’s Garden Supply

    Lillian Waye (Fox’s Garden Supply) is a Tuesday Volunteer at Pueblo Cooperative Care Center, working in Olive’s Closet by assisting clients in receiving new and gently used clothing. Lillian’s contributions are extensive, yet she donated 90 rolls so the Pueblo Cooperative Care Center “Tuesday Volunteer’s” will have a chance at winning the 2019 Toilet Paper Challenge.  Thank you Lillian for making a difference every day to benefit Pueblo County!

    PB&T Bank-Main Branch

    PB&T Bank-Main Branch

    Cara Fitzgerald, Marketing and Communications Manager for PB&T Bank sent this photo and stated “we are rolling it all out for this year’s challenge because we want to keep the trophy.” Mickey Moore, President and CEO reported the banks staff is “raring to go and all branches are participating.”

    Fountain International Magnet School

    Fountain International Magnet School

    Nicole Soto (teacher) and Fountain International Magnet School students celebrated their first 100 days of school by donating 100 rolls of toilet paper to the 2019 Toilet Paper Challenge. Visiting Pueblo Cooperative Care Center on March 18th, Ms. Soto and students presented their rolls to help people in need. Students enjoyed a tour of the facility and gained an awareness of how many people we help each year. While not likely to win the overall competition, Ms. Soto and Fountain International Magnet School students are true community champions.

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