Utilizing the expertise they use daily as one of Middle Tennessee's top homebuilders, over 20 employees of Goodall Homes and Communities came together on April 14th and 15th to assist Sumner County's Habitat for Humanity with their most recent home, located on Hollywood Drive in Gallatin. The new, energy efficient, one level house, which will be home to a Gallatin woman, her daughter and two granddaughters, will be dedicated later this spring.
Habitat for Humanity relies on the efforts of area businesses and groups to provide labor resources that make building the homes possible, a vision shared by Goodall's President and Founder Bob Goodall. “We, as an organization, have been blessed to have many talented individuals as our employees. To us, it makes perfect sense to take this opportunity to give back to Sumner County, a community that has been so good to us”, said Goodall.
Recently honored with the Nashville Business Journal's “Best in Business” Award for 2011, Goodall Homes and Communities offers single family homes, condominiums, villas and townhomes in eleven residential communities in Sumner, Wilson, Robertson and Williamson counties.