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Association supports Habitat for Humanity surplus outlets

The North American Building Materials Distribution Association and Habitat for Humanity formed a relationship to promote Habitat's ReStore resale outlets and the two organization's shared values of community involvement, housing opportunities and environmental stewardship.

The builder materials association is encouraging all of its members to join the effort by donating materials and products to the Habitat ReStore in their trade area. Habitat promotes the reuse and recycling of materials.

"We are excited to work with Habitat in support of their regional ReStores," association executive vice president Kevin Gammonley said in a statement. "This is a big win for our members and for the many people and communities that Habitat supports."

The ReStore outlets accept donated building goods, thereby preventing waste and providing funding to continue Habitat's work around the world. Members can also educate their associates and customers about the Habitat mission of building homes and changing lives in the communities across the nation.

The North American Building Materials Distribution Association is a multi-segment trade association representing the leading wholesale distributors of specialty building products and woodworking materials. For information, visit

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