Gatesville, TX, March 19, 2011 – Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet announced that they have partnered with Morton Buildings, Inc as the builder and Project Team for the 5,900 SF private pet care facility and the organization’s official national office as part of the TX MVP Sanctuary project in Gatesville, Texas.
“We are grateful and excited to be working with Morton Buildings, Don Wagner, Sales/Project Manager and his team members,” said CEO and Founder, Linda Spurlin-Dominik. “We believe that this will be a great partnership.”
The TX MVP Sanctuary project will allow the organization to provide a caring, loving, and safe temporary home-like environment where an individual foster home is not available to care for the pet/pets to meet the deploying pet owner’s time line. The property was purchased in June 2010 and the temporary headquarters established on the property in August 2010.
About Morton Buildings:
Morton Buildings, Inc., is America’s leader in post-frame construction. They operate over 100 construction centers, six manufacturing plants and have sales offices in 36 states. For over 100 years, Morton Buildings has provided quality and service to people looking for an attractive, long-lasting building. Because Morton utilizes post-frame construction methods, you get the flexibility you want and need in a building. With offices located across the country, Morton can construct your horse barn, garage, storage building, commercial building, farm storage building or home. From simple to complex projects, we have the experience to make your building dreams come true. Visit their website at: www.mortonbuildings.com.
About Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet:
Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet is an ALL volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit military support organization supporting military service members, veterans and their beloved pets through various programs aimed at reuniting the pet(s) and owners following deployment or an emergency hardship. For more information on Guardian Angels for Soldier’s Pet, please visit www.guardianangelsforsoldierspet.org.
For full details about the TX MVP Sanctuary project or making a donation towards this project, please visit www.mvpsanctuary.org.