Brandywine Technology is proud to participate in DelDOT’s Adopt-A-Highway program with the adoption of a portion of Stoney Batter Road, an ever-popular stretch of road in Pike Creek, near our new corporate headquarters.
According to DelDOT, the Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) Program, which started in 1990, is a partnership between the Department of Transportation and volunteers, working together to make Delaware better, two miles at a time. More than just a cleanup campaign, this innovative program works to educate citizens of all ages about the responsibilities of land stewardship-the care and repair of our environment. Ultimately, the AAH Program is about people caring enough to make a difference.
“We are honored to participate in this program and contribute to the overall beauty of our community,” states Joel Pierson,” president of Brandywine Technology. “Now that our new office is so close, we can enjoy the fruits of our labor more often.”
For more information on the Adopt-A-Highway program, visit the program website or call us to learn more about our experience.
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