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Server of the month: CR Doors

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Each month, Serve Daily will feature one company or employee who has provided exemplary service in the community. No nominate a “Server of the Month” in your area, contact ariannebrown1@gmail.com.

For 20 years, CR Doors out of Springville has been opening up doors of opportunity to countless customers and individuals in the community. But it isn’t just creating and installing custom doors that has providing door opening opportunities for others. For the past two decades, the owners at CR Doors have done what they can to serve the community through several charitable endeavors.

“Each quarter, we give our employees $500 to donate to charity,” owner, Clint Robertson said. “They will often ask customers to recommend charities or persons in need, or our employees will choose one they feel is deserving of the money.”

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According to office manager, Marlene Murray, supporting the activities that are important to the community is important.

“CR Doors believes in supporting the activities that are important to the community that we serve,” Murray said. “Many of our donations have been made through customer contacts. When we help in the community, it makes our ties stronger and helps us to be aware of the people in our area.”

Participants in Salem Pond Fishing Day.

CR Doors has always been supportive of community events including local schools, Boy Scouts of America, local congregations, 4H, youth sports, health fundraisers, and has helped anonymously with several projects that have greatly benefited the community.

“We are always happy when we receive thank you notes and to see that our contribution has helped someone,” Murray said. “This last spring, we donated to help a customer go on a humanitarian trip to a third world country. One of our most recent donations was to a family in need. The mother passed away unexpectedly and we donated a playhouse to the children. We will be donating another playhouse to the youth in Nephi to be auctioned at the 4th of July fundraiser. This spring we were happy to help with food for the Special Needs Fishing Day at Salem Pond.”

While CR Doors wants to continue to serve the local community, as the business grows, the company wants to expand its charitable reach as well.

“We started with giving to groups that were associated with our employees and have grown to accept requests from many of our valued customers,” Murray said. “As our business has grown, our reach has gone further, and that is why this year we decided to allot a quarterly amount to each salesman so that they can be more involved in the process and our reach can extend to others we may not have been aware of.”

To help support a company that supports you, go to crdoors.net.

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