We're Giving Back to Local Small Businesses Affected By COVID-19
We'll Donate $1,000 to the Small Business of Your Choice
Be a Part of Your Favorite Business' Comeback
We’re Giving Back to Small Businesses Affected by COVID-19
As an essential business in Harford County Maryland, we felt that we could not just sit back while our local small business community suffered. That is why we created the Small Business Recognition Program, an initiative where our solar clients can nominate a small business of their choice to receive a $1,000 donation from American Sentry Solar. Since the program has been introduced in early May, we have had over 20 small businesses nominated, and each one will be receiving a $1,000 check to help them come back from this crisis.
Check Out Our Small Business Recognition Program Recipients!
Hereford Bed & Biscuit – Hereford, MD
Tom at the Hereford Bed & Biscuit was our first recipient of our Small Business Recognition Program! Tom and his team were nominated by Pastor Fred and Debbie, two homeowners who had recently gone solar with us. Pastor Fred said that the Hereford Bed & Biscuit always took great care of their dog, Lola, and he couldn’t think of a more deserving business for the $1,000 donation!
El Pilar Restaurant – Pasadena, MD
El Pilar is a family-owned, authentic Mexican restaurant in Pasadena, Maryland, and their food is exceptional! This business has become a staple for Isaac and Michelle, two homeowners who recently moved to the area, so when they had the chance to nominate someone for our SBRP program the answer was clear! Eva, Pedro, and their family were extremely grateful for the donation, especially after enduring months of uncertainty during the COVID-19 crisis. The reveal was such a touching moment, and we’re glad to have caught it on camera!
Greene’s Family Butcher Shop – Kingsville, MD
Greene’s Family Butcher Shop is a staple for the Kingsville, MD community. Homeowners Mike and Nicole are regular customers at Greene’s Family Butcher Shop, and they saw firsthand all the good the owner John has done for the community. During the Stay-At-Home order John lowered his prices his customers, and he even donated goods in order to raise funds for local schools. Mike and Nicole felt that John’s business was more than deserving of this donation, and we have to agree!