Integrity Roofing in the Community: 2012 Events!
Colorado Springs, CO
Come on out to the Sky Sox game with us!
Integrity Roofing and Painting will be at the Colorado Springs Sky Sox games this summer! We will have our Homeowners Advocates at the booths to talk with anyone interested in roof repair, replacement, or upgrades! So, grab the family and come on out to enjoy some sun, baseball, and giveaways!
Look for our tent out in the Plaza and our table in the concourse on:
- Saturday – May 19th, with a 6:05 p.m. game time
- Sunday – June 10th, with a 1:05 p.m. game time
- Friday – July 6th, with a 7:05 p.m. game time
Security Service Field – 4385 Tutt Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80922
Tri-Lakes/Palmer Lake Fourth of July Event –
Looking for something fun to do on the 4th of July this year? Join Integrity Roofing and Painting at the Tri-Lakes Street Fair! We’ll be decked out in our red, white and blue, celebrating our fine country at the corner of 2nd Street and Washington Street. We’ll have giveaways and information seminars about protecting your roof from this summer’s hail storms. You’ll be able to meet the Owners, talk with our Homeowners Advocates, and schedule estimates for repairs and replacements!
- Our booth with be close to the Kid’s Activity Area, so feel free to wander over while your kids play with friends!
- We’ll be at the fair from 8:00 a.m. until the fair ends at 3:00 p.m., and then we’ll head over to the Palmer Lake Fireworks display at 4:30 p.m. to end the evening with you and your family.
- For the Fireworks, we will be your second booth to the right as you enter the baseball diamond from the Kids Activity Area!
Integrity Roofing and Painting Donates Services for Quadriplegic Army Veteran
Teaming with the national non-profit organization ‘Homes for Our Troops’, the Colorado Springs Roofers at Integrity Roofing and Painting, donated 7 hours of labor to build a free roof for Army Corporal Nick Orchowski.
The owner of Integrity Roofing and Painting – Jerry Fristoe, as well as eight other employees, met at Orchowski’s new home site on Sunday, May 13th, to join many other companies and individual volunteers in the effort of building a home that is able to accommodate the special needs of Orchowski.
In Friday’s Opening Ceremony, Orchowski thanked all the companies and volunteers involved stating, “I have had to rely on other people to help me with most things; in my new home I will be able to be more independent. Homes for Our Troops and their volunteers and donors depict the True American Spirit! Thank you!”
CPL Nick Orchowski became a quadriplegic after being thrown from the gunner’s hatch of a vehicle that was attacked by insurgents while in Baghdad, Iraq in May 2004. He suffered fractures of C4, C5, and C6 vertebrae which left him immediately paralyzed. After multiple surgeries, Orchowski’s spinal cord has been moved back into place, leaving him with the diagnosis of Incomplete Quadriplegia. Orchowski now faces complications of a seizure disorder and using leg and arm braces to move. There is no medical way of knowing if he will be fully paralyzed again in the future.