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Drexel Metals proud to ‘Pay it Forward’ in Louisville with Valentine Basketball Camp
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (July 5, 2016) – Taking advantage of an opportunity to give back to its hometown Louisville community, Drexel Metals is a major sponsor for the Valentine Basketball Camps, scheduled for four week-long sessions this summer.  View Complete Article

Drexel Metals comes to rescue of Pennsylvania Audubon society

Company founder helped connect supplier, installer for historic project

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (March 17, 2015) – When board members of the Bucks County Audubon Society in New Hope, Pa., were looking for help with a leaking roof on their historic building, they only had to search as far as a supportive member. Dick Carroll, the founder and former owner of Drexel Metals, participated in bird counts and other BCAS events in the early 1990s. BCAS, established in 1969, is the second largest chapter of the Audubon Society in Pennsylvania. Its mission is to educate the residents of greater Bucks County about the natural world with an emphasis on energy and resource conservation, including the protection of birds, other wildlife and their habitats. When the cedar shake roofing on the offices started to fail, the group reached out to Carroll.   View Complete Article

Utah metal roofing manufacturer finding ways to pay it forward
DM-ARM member carries with him a tough upbringing in East Los Angeles
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (June 27, 2014) – Everyone has a story. The story of David “Homie” Mulcahy, a custom metal manufacturer and fabricator in Utah, is truly like no other.Growing up in East Los Angeles – Highland Park to be specific – Mulcahy easily found trouble and found himself in and out of jail before he was 20 years old. His father died in prison as a result of being involved in gang activity. Once he wrapped up a final stint on probation, his mother gave him a one-way ticket to Salt Lake City to live and work with his brother. Mulcaly’s brother left Highland Park about three years before that after being shot in a gang-related incident. View Complete Article

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