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Some Final Good News Before the Holidays!

A Fruitful 2015 Harvest for Moisson Montreal
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For the 4th consecutive year, Prével has joined with Moisson Montreal to collect non-perishable food and monetary donations this holiday season.

We are proud to announce that this year’s collection was very successful!

$7,000 raised for the fight against hunger

Thanks to your efforts and commitment, we have raised $7000 this season! Prével will commit another $7,000, for a total of $14,000 collected for Moisson Montreal!

The organization will soon distribute $252,000 worth of food to feed 5,040 families for 4 weeks!

180 pounds of non-perishable food

The boxes we placed in the head office and sales offices were all returned full! Pasta, rice, baby food, canned food… again, you have been very generous!

Congratulations to our four winners, each of whom won a pair of Montreal Canadiens hockey tickets!  Enjoy the game! Go Habs Go!

Even as we have closed our collection for the year, you can always donate directly to their website by clicking here. Please continue to be generous, you have until December 20th for this season, and remember that Moisson Montreal accepts donations all year.

10,000 thanks

Prével would like to thank you again for this great year. We wish you a happy holiday season filled with lots of fun and magic!

We would also like to inform you that the after-sales service department, the construction office and the head office will be closed for the holidays, from December 19th to January 3rd. Meanwhile, the sales office will be closed from December 18th until January 2nd. There will be no new blog or social media posts during the holidays. We can’t wait to see you back here in 2016 as of January 4th!

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