Team Success Enterprises Hosts Free Breakfast for Transportation Department Employees of SDIRC

Team Success Enterprises delivers free breakfast for Transportation Department employees of School District of Indian River County
Team Success Enterprises delivers free breakfast for Transportation Department employees of School District of Indian River County

Last week, Team Success Enterprises Inc hosted a complimentary breakfast for the entire transportation department of the School District of Indian River County. In addition, they recognized those with 20+ years of service. 

“All transportation members of the School District received breakfast, and the ones who served 20 years plus received a gift card and certificate,” Michael C. Marsh, President of Team Success Enterprises Inc., told Sebastian Daily.

Marsh said that Mrs. Audrey of Dunkin’ of Indian River County was their platinum sponsor for the event. In addition, they collected gift cards donated to the Treasure Coast Girls Coalition to provide free water during the event.

Here are some photos from the event:

About Team Success Enterprises

Team Success Enterprises is known for feeding the homeless, providing mentoring programs, and sponsoring community events. They also work alongside other non-profit organizations like United Against Poverty in Vero Beach.

Marsh said working with other organizations is a labor of love, and he believes that love is the only glue capable of binding everyone together.


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