The Mustang Foundation, Inc. extend their appreciation to recent Final Push donor, Superior Cleaning Services. At a recent Mustang Foundation, Inc. board meeting, Superior Cleaning Services owner, Doug Cue, presented the Mustang Foundation with a monetary donation to the Mustang Foundation’s Final Push Campaign.
Superior Cleaning Services is a full service commercial janitorial/floor care company headquartered out of Independence, IA, who serve most of the Northeast Iowa area. Available services include janitorial duties, construction cleanup, parking lot sweeping, parking lot striping, carpet cleaning and more.
The Superior Cleaning Services team aim to provide personal service to each client while maintaining quality workmanship on every commitment; there are two things that are never swept under the rug, great service and competitive pricing. When Superior Cleaning Services is finished with your project, you’ll be proud to tell others that it was truly a “Superior Job”.
“The Mustang Foundation recognizes Doug and Superior Cleaning as a longtime supporter of the Mustang Foundation and the Independence Community School District. Whether it’s his services, his time or a monetary donation, we thank Doug and the Superior Cleaning team for their continued contributions,” stated Mustang Foundation Treasurer, Rob Robinson. “These gifts of time, services and money from local businesses and residents enhance the mission of the Mustang Foundation and benefit the extracurricular activities of the Independence Community School District.”
For more information about the Mustang Foundation and the Final Push Campaign, visit the Independence Mustang Foundation website at www.indeemustangfoundation.com.
Photo: (Image by Charlie McCardle) Mustang Foundation, Inc. board members Shelly Whited, Lloyd Davis, Megan Rasmussen, Kim Hansen, Susan Johnson, Meredith Miller, Lans Flickinger, Dan Kegler, Andy Hauber and Rob Robinson pose with Superior Cleaning Services owner, Doug Cue.
The Mustang Foundation Inc. (Foundation) is a 501 (c) (3) public charity and is qualified by the IRS to receive tax-deductible gifts, bequests, devises or transfers. The Foundation is organized exclusively for the charitable, educational, and scientific purposes which benefit or support extra-curricular activities of the Independence Community School District. A 13-person board appointed in staggered terms by the Independence Community School District Board governs the Foundation.