It’s become tradition, at this point, that Solomon Colors will be part of Concrete Cares’ efforts at World of Concrete. Every year, Concrete Cares attends the World of Concrete to receive donations and raffle tools to raise money for cancer charities. As a charity-oriented company, Solomon Colors always happily supports Concrete Cares in the fight against cancer.
At the 2018 World of Concrete, Concrete Cares is raffling off a variety of tools to raise money for Candlelighters of Nevada. Solomon Colors has donated Brickform textures, including a complete set of Stones of Athens stamps and a complete set of Bluestone Texture Skins. Both sets represent a significant dollar value. Raffle tickets for both items are $5 each. In addition to the Brickform textures, Concrete Cares is raffling a Maverick Guardian Grinder, a Brew Buggy Motorized Beer Cooler, a Husqvarna 760 Concrete Saw, Multiquip J36H55 Power Trowel, and Lavina L21-X Polisher. You can purchase raffle tickets at the show or on the Concrete Cares website here. You can donate throughout the year at Concrete Care’s website, as well.
Concrete is one of humanity’s oldest and most prolific building materials. Cancer is one of humanity’s most persistent threats. It is only natural that the decorative concrete industry takes on the struggle through Concrete Cares. Concrete Cares works at the local level, using money raised at industry events to most directly impact the lives of those stricken by cancer. For years, Mike Murray and other industry veterans have worked tirelessly, placing pink concrete and raising money for cancer.
As a family run and employee owned company, Solomon Colors is closely tied with community initiatives. Because of this, Solomon Colors is heavily involved in charitable efforts such as cancer charities. Solomon Colors regularly donates stamping tools and pink pigment for Concrete Cares’ signature pink slabs. In addition to Concrete Cares, Solomon Colors and employees are regularly among the top fundraisers for the local chapters of the American Cancer Society and United Way.