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September 22, 2018

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Bluffton business announces major support for Ada school project

Boots for Bulldogs fund drive underway in Ada

Austin Core, owner of CoreBuilt Construction LLC and Con Basileus Holdings LLC, announced his companies will support the Ada Boots for Bulldogs project in a major way.

Core said that his construction company will donate between $700 and $1,000 from each construction project out of his own pay to Boots for Bulldogs until that organization’s $44,000 goal is reached. So far nearly $13,000 is raised without Core. He has adopted one door already a $350 donation about two months ago.

Core, 24, of Bluffton graduated from Allen East in 2012 and builds post frame buildings formally known as pole barns across Ohio.

More information about Corebuilt Construction, go to their facebook page or go to CorebuiltConstruction.com

Here’s the Boots for Bulldogs story

Three mothers, Kristin Purdy, Hillary Buxton and Amanda Henson, are spearheading a project called Boots for Bulldogs for the Ada Schools.

Their goal is get the Boot safety barricade device and rapid response room placards purchased and installed throughout the Ada schools.

The purpose is to increase the safety for children, teachers and staff.

The school system has instituted several policies and procedures to make the school campus as safe as possible.

The Boots for Bulldogs adds another level of safety for each classroom.

Simplicity is the Boots strength. It can be put in place on a classroom door at a moment’s notice by anyone of any age.

In addition, the program includes rapid response placards, which are 3D, reflective and visible regardless of hall length. This assures immediate response whether advising a parent, student, visitor, or tactical response team of a room number.

For more information, go to Boots for Bulldogs Facebook page. For more about the company that sells the item, go to thelockdownco.com.

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