On Sunday, June 10th, U.S. Pavement Services hosted their 6th annual Pledge to Hire Veterans Red Sox game. This year, U.S. Pavement hosted over 350 veterans, including two WWII veterans, and their families at Fenway Park for a fun-filled day. The morning began with a walking tour of the park to get a behind the scenes look of “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark,” before the Red Sox faced the Chicago White Sox in the afternoon. The annual event, to honor military veterans and raise awareness for the Pledge to Hire Veterans initiative, is just one way U.S. Pavement gives back to those who give so much to our country.
This holiday season U.S. Pavement Services delivered Thanksgiving Turkeys and Christmas trees to area veteran’s organizations. This year marks the 4th year we have delivered the festive items to those who have served and are currently serving our country. Throughout the year, community support and making a difference by giving back are core values of our company.
On Saturday, June 4th, for the fourth consecutive year, U.S. Pavement Services, Inc. hosted over 300 veterans and their families at a Boston Red Sox game to honor military veterans and raise awareness for the Pledge to Hire Veterans initiative. When U.S. Pavement Services CEO, Mike Musto established the initiative in 2014, it was a way to give to back to those who have given so much. Giving back is a core value of the company but for Mike it’s personal.
At this year’s National Pavement Expo (NPE) held in Charlotte, NC, U.S. Pavement Services, Inc. received the #1 Contractor of the Year award from Pavement Maintenance and Reconstruction magazine. CEO Mike Musto accepted the coveted award and the company was singled out as the top paving and pavement maintenance contractor from a field of nearly twenty thousand eligible contractors nationally.
The award cites excellence in quality of work, safety records, scope and variety of jobs, community outreach and overall growth.
As the old song goes, Christmas trees are green when summer days are bright; they’re green when winter snow is white. Hoping to brighten the holiday season for Veterans, the U.S. Pavement Services team led by CEO Mike Musto, donated 100 freshly-cut Christmas trees to Veterans this week.