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KPM Restoration Named a Brawny Giant



Brawny, the paper towel brand, has named KPM Restoration and its owner James Kennedy a Brawny Giant. Brawny launched a program called The Brawny Giants Initiative in order to “assist individuals who are making a true difference in their communities.”

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, KPM Restoration has given back to the greater Saratoga County area through their free disinfection services for Fire, Police and EMT departments. In addition, KPM has given out thousands of bottles of hospital grade disinfectant solution to front line workers and most recently to recreational sports leagues.

“My heart goes out to the essential employees, including my own guys. People need to help, it’s the little things that matter” said James Kennedy.

In response to the company’s free disinfection services and disinfectant giveaways, Brawny chose KPM Restoration as one of its partners in their Giant Initiative. Brawny donated $10,000 and 1,500 rolls of paper towels to support KPM Restoration’s efforts.

KPM Restoration would like to thank Brawny for the honor of being a part of their initiative

“This is something I never thought I’d be recognized for, just to be recognized touched me” remarked Mr. Kennedy.

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