Dave Farbaky’ company is patronized by the local residents and he’s built a good rapport with them through the years. The family owned and operated company has included the community as part of their extended family. There are various ways to build long-standing relationships in the community.
The company gives donations to local charities and volunteers to help at local events. The neighborhood recognizes and appreciates that a business they patronize is giving back to the community.
The Bloomington Thunder Hockey game had a group of disadvantaged kids cheering at their game. The general contractors’ hosted a charity event through the Bloomington Boys and Girls Club. They gave away free tickets and boxed seats and let the kids have fun.
The roofing and siding company continues to spread their good-will with the local high school football team. The company’s sponsorship makes sure each team member has all the needed equipment, uniforms, payments for the club fees and supports the teams various operating costs.
A foundation can sponsor all types of events for organizations and charities with the help of the local residents. This is a way to strengthen the bonds with other businesses and the community.
The idea to give four children a shopping spree was the generous gift of The Dave Farbaky Foundation. The kids’ bounty totaled seven thousand dollars worth of toys. Their next project is to sponsor a variety of events for the children in the community.
Aloha Construction has been in business since 1988 and founded by the CEO Dave Farbaky. The company’s honesty, integrity, and reliability have created more than 18,000 completed contracts across parts of Southern Wisconsin and across Illinois. They have literally taken the Midwest by storm.
The company gives free inspections and they developed and designed a “9 Step” inspection system that has proven to be invaluable. The company can replace and correct problems before and after they occur. They work with various types of roofing material such as Cedar Shake, Asphalt, and metal shingles on a steep, flat or low slope.