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Aloha Construction: An Impressive Torch Award Win

Aloha Construction recently had an impressive Better Business Bureau (BBB) Torch Award Win. The Lake Zurich roofing construction outfit was honored by the BBB for their outstanding ethical business and community standards. The BBB takes an opportunity annually to highlight businesses that are doing the right things internally and externally.

Aloha Construction exemplifies the community standard by putting their customers first. The professional construction team thrives on taking care of their clients. They offer annual roof inspections at no charge. This preventive review is vital in reducing major repairs in the future. Customers are thankful that the team takes extra precautionary steps to ensure that any outstanding repairs are conveniently rolled into their insurance coverage. Aloha Construction provides excellent service to the Illinois and Wisconsin regions. The company exudes quality and efficiency in all of its endeavors. These very qualities, along with other notable business traits, garnered adoration and recognition from the community. The team, along with other local businesses vied for the illustrious Torch Award in December 2017. Aloha was selected as the honoree by a panel of 15 judges. The methodical selection process examines each company under an ethical microscope and opts the company that consistently practices a range of standards in relation to its organization, customers, employees, and the community.

Aloha Construction was founded in 2008 by Chief Executive Officer Dave Farbaky. The company specializes in roofing, insulation, and gutter services. The enterprise serves the Greater Chicago area, the Midwestern United States, and Great Lakes. Mrl Farbaky and team were humbly thankful and appreciative when they learned of their nomination. The win was even more amazingly heartwarming. Mr. Farbaky disclosed that the company was not looking for a reward of any sort. The efforts that they put forth are initiatives to unify the community. The company’s 2017 BBB Torch Award win was extremely impressive, and very well deserved.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/lake-zurich/news/ct-lzc-charity-shopping-spree-tl-0818-20160815-story.html

Aloha Construction CEO Creates Foundation to Help Children

The Dave Farbaky Foundation is planning on doing a lot of charitable work for the community. It was created by Dave Farbaky, the CEO of Aloha Construction. The first thing that they did was hold a shopping spree for four children who came from families that were not privileged to be able to afford the toys by themselves.

Rick Derr, head of Learning Express Toys, also participated with the CEO of Aloha Construction by offering the toys at a 40 percent discount. According to the Chicago Tribune, after the girls picked out the toys, he thanked them for shopping there. The girls were just around seven years old, but one looked him in the eye and said, “No, we should thank YOU.” the girls were very humble and gracious, he said. They thanked their parents too.

Dave Farbaky, according to the Chicago Tribune, started the foundation when he decided that he wanted to do charitable acts on a larger scale. He previously was donating a lot of money to specific charities, but he wanted to start hosting events like the shopping spree. He said that he loves giving and providing the community with new opportunities. Communities That Care and Omni Youth Services were both contacted by the Dave Farbaky Foundation to help find children who would qualify for the shopping spree.

Dave Farbaky,CEO of Aloha Construction, said his goal with the Dave Farbaky Foundation was to do random acts of charity for children. He wants to help out children and bestow a spirit of generosity into the community. He wants to inspire a spirit of giving.

The CEO of Aloha Construction said that he wants to give the children the type of enjoyment and fun they need the most. They will host future shopping sprees, give away free tickets to places like bowling alleys and Six Flags.

The girls were given shopping bags and sixty seconds each to grab as many toys as they could. They were then given an extra thirty seconds. They were very respectful of the store, and they filled eight to ten shopping bags each and more