Mid-Atlantic Supports Safety Day for Community

Mid-Atlantic Management Corporation, an Associa company, recently took part in a Safety Day Sunday, April 29 for the Reserve at Gwynedd community.

The Safety Day event was intended to encourage homeowners to share a spare key to their homes with the Fire Marshal of Upper Gwynedd Township. Scout, the Associa Supports Kids adorable Labrador mascot, even stopped by to show his support of safety in all communities.

“Scout was quite the charmer and everyone was anxious to have a picture taken with him,” said Mid-Atlantic President and CEO Gail Van Dyke. “The event was a great success, and we were glad to help further enhance the Reserve at Gwynedd’s safety for its residents.”

The Reserve at Gwynedd is located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The community is a 55 or better condominium association consisting of 411 homes.

Associa Supports Kids is a value-added program for Associa community residents, designed to enhance the neighborhood community experience year-round. The program focuses on educating parents and kids about safety and fitness. Associa is passionate about the communities it serves. Through the ASK program, the company shares that passion by educating parents and their children about safety in and around the home. At neighborhood events, Scout, the ASK mascot, hands out Safety Tip coloring books, plush Scout toys, rub-on tattoos, and Scout’s own books, like Scout Goes to the BeachScout Goes to a Sleepover, and Scout Stays Active and Strong to each child in attendance. Parents receive an ASK safety brochure and a ChildPrint identification kit. In addition, ASK is focused on keeping kids strong and healthy by promoting physical activity through sports sponsorships. For more information on both the Safety and Sports Sponsorships programs, visit www.associasupportskids.org.

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