Greeneville, TN – This past Saturday, the TEVET team woke up early to participate in the United Way’s Halloween 5K at our local Myer’s Pumpkin Patch. The brisk Fall weather didn’t deter the team from helping out their community and participating in an event that was both healthy and family friendly.
The 5K benefited the local United Way organization to aide in the upcoming winter months. Myer’s generously held the event on their cross-country course that allowed attendees the exploration of most of the farm – corn mazes, pumpkin patches, barns, and the main activities section full of crafts, hot chocolate, games, and treats for the kids. In fact, Myer’s threw in a free pumpkin for every racer, and the art supplies if you wished to decorate your pumpkin. Adults were also treated to live music, apple cider, and – of course – time with their friends and family on a beautiful East Tennessee autumn day.
Pictured: TEVET Database Administrator, Jannie McLain and daughter
TEVET is a certified HUBZone and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned small business. With 2017 sales projected at $200M; TEVET is a successful, safe, small business. There are 480 small businesses with the combined SDVOSB and HUBZone classification. There is only one small business with revenues that exceed $25 million; which puts TEVET in a class all of its own. TEVET takes the HUBZone classification seriously, for every dollar spent with TEVET, we take a portion of it and put it to meaningful use through our multiple socioeconomic engagements. Strengthening families, employees, and the communities we serve is at the very core of TEVET’s mission.