APEX (Arizona Power Exchange) Buy A Tile Campaign2018-01-24T20:56:24-05:00

APEX (Arizona Power Exchange) Engraved Tile Fundraiser

Hosted by Fundraising Brick

Engraved Tile Order Deadline: June 30, 2016

We are moving to our new and much bigger space, and you can be a part of it. Your donation will be a part of an installation that will come with us wherever we go!

Engraved commemorative tiles are the perfect choice for honoring loved ones and gift giving occasions that include weddings, memorials, anniversaries, birthdays, holidays, pets, family and even just because.

Honor a soldier or veteran – Mark a special date – In memory of family member or friend – Honor a teacher or student

The possibilities are endless, DON’T MISS OUT ORDER YOUR TILE TODAY!

Engraved Tile Order Deadline: June 30, 2016

 For questions regarding our engraved tile campaign contact Tess Zachary at Tess@ArizonaPowerExchange.org.

When you donate to APEX you’re becoming a real part of their cause. By ordering a commemorative, laser engraved tile, you’re helping improve our community and build a memorable and meaningful patio. To put it simply, you’re making a difference, which is an unbeatable feeling. Make a difference, donate today.

Every organization, big or small, needs to continue growing and changing to be successful in the endeavors they’re undertaking and our cause is no exception. A donation to APEX commemorative tile campaign is your way to make that happen. Plus, when you help out a local business you’re helping your community. You’re creating and sustaining jobs and opportunities for family, friends and neighbors, and you’re aesthetically improving your community with a tile installation that stands for lifetimes as a testament to you and your community’s ability to come together and make a real difference.

Do you have a cause that could benefit from a Fundraising Brick campaign? Don’t wait. Start raising funds today. Click here to see all the great ways you can utilize a commemorative tile campaign from church benefits to veterans’ memorial gardens to hospital donor walls.

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