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Green and Orange is out in Full Force

Your #WeAreLocal GREEN Marketing Team has been out doing various events all summer long!  SERVPRO of La Crosse is a proud sponsor the Sparta Area's Chamber of Commerce Concerts in the Park Series.  

We showed up in all of our Green and Orange Glory.  There were giveaways and balloons for the kids.  A great time was had by all!

SERVPRO of La Crosse County Keeps the Earth Clean, too

Your #WeAreLocal GREEN Marketing Team was out earlier this spring doing some roadside cleanup.  Twice a year, no matter who is on the marketing team at the time, goes out to Highway 16 in Onalaska and picks up garbage from Woodman's to the La Crosse Disposal Facility driveway.  This last year, they collected 12 garbage bags FULL of trash.  

Want to see what we are up to?  You can find us on Facebook,Instagram, and Snapchat-all @SERVPRONorris.

SERVPRO Supports Local 4th of July Celebration

The 4th of July is always a great way to get out and get involved in your local community.  Your #WeAreLocal GREEN Team helped plan, coordinate, and sponsor this celebration.  Over 1,500 people were in attendance and enjoyed popsicles, pioneer games, a sawdust pile, water games, a bounce house, and a petting zoo.  

Everything at this even was free to the public.  Be on the lookout for our next event-Fall Fest coming to you in October!

National Sponsor of the American Red Cross

SERVPRO is a proud national sponsor of the American Red Cross.  SERVPRO began a National partnership in March of 2013 with the American Red Cross as the largest corporate sponsor for the Ready Rating Program.  SERVPRO has renewed our commitment to the Red Cross by supporting a Disaster Responder with an emphasis on the Home Fire Preparedness Campaign.

Adopt a highway in Onalaska


For the Community

SERVPRO of La Crosse County sponsors a section of Highway 16 in Onalaska.  Every spring and every fall you will find us cleaning up the highway alongside the La Crosse County Solid Waste Department.  On average, over a TON of garbage is recovered from the roadside and ditches.