Omega Commercial Interiors gives back to the community by being the official home run sponsor of the West Virginia Black Bears baseball team in 2017. For every Black Bears HOME RUN this season at the Monongalia County Ballpark, Omega Commercial Interiors will donate $50 to the Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center.
As an official home run sponsor of the West Virginia Black Bears, David and Peggy spend quality time at the Monongalia County ball park by taking their customers to the Black Bears baseball games to show gratitude. Their customers get to experience a game from one of the West Virginia Black Bears luxury suites, complete with catered food and drink. They also sponsor the firework shows from time to time. All of Omega Commercial Interiors customers have the best seat in the house for the game and the after show. David and Peggy’s customers and employees get to have a fun evening and it’s great exposure for their growing company. David is a huge baseball fan and has thrown out the first pitch at the Black Bears Game.
The Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center is an organization that coordinates the efforts of child protection staff, law enforcement professionals, family advocates, medical experts and mental health clinicians under one roof. Traditionally, children are moved from agency to agency and endure multiple interviews, which creates additional trauma. A child advocacy center (CAC) turns that model upside down by providing one safe, child-friendly facility where child protection, criminal justice, and child treatment professionals work together to investigate abuse, hold offenders accountable, and help children heal.
David and Peggy presented MSNAP with the home run sponsor check in 2015. M-SNAP is an all-volunteer, non-profit created to make zero companion animal euthanasia a reality targeting one of the main obstacles for caregivers to fix their animals – the expense. M-SNAP works with ten local Veterinary clinics who make it financially possible for M-SNAP to provide assistance to spay or neuter intact dogs and cats living in Monongalia County.