On Wednesday, volunteers put a fresh coat of paint on a home on Horseshoe Bend Road. The entire process took three days and Sherwin-Williams said they consulted with the resident about the paint color before getting to work.
“We like to give back, we're using it for a training session but we're also using it to help the community brighten things up, clean things up," Brian McCall, Sherwin-Williams district sales manager, said. "Some people aren't able to paint their houses, so it's a great opportunity for us."
Sherwin-Williams used the time to not only give back, but also help train their interns on proper equipment and paint technique.
This was all in support of National Painting Week.