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68 Ventures Companies Donate To Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Foundation

68 Ventures donates to Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office (BSCO) Foundation for Pheasant Hunt and Family Day

Seven 68 Ventures companies donated a total of $5,000 in support of the BCSO Foundation’s annual Pheasant Hunt and Family Day

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The holiday season is a time for giving, and several 68 Ventures companies have joined together to support the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office (BSCO) Foundation. The companies donated a total of $6,000 in conjunction with the Foundation’s annual Family Day and Pheasant Hunt, to be used to support law enforcement officers during the holiday season and to fund other initiatives throughout the year.

Led by John Morgan, president of Mobile Bay Overhead Door, companies that contributed include 68 Ventures, Mobile Bay Overhead Door, TerraCore Development, MH Vertical, Aegis Exteriors, MH Vertical, Kent’s Landscaping, First Four Staffing, Crucible Construction and Truland Homes.

“After spending most of my career in law enforcement, supporting these officers remains one of my top priorities as a business owner,” said Morgan. “The BCSO Foundation does so much good in our community, and I’m honored to be able to support that. I’m grateful to my fellow 68 Ventures companies for jumping in on this as well.

The Baldwin County Sherriff’s Foundation programs include the Shining Star Program, a summer camp program for kids ages 8-12 to experience firsthand public safety and to build life skills, instill confidence and develop self-esteem through a wide range of curriculum emphasizing the importance of physical and mental fitness.

The Foundation also hosts an annual Memorial Golf Tournament supporting youth summer camps, including the Shining Star Program, drug awareness education programs and school resource officer programs; Project Life Saver to help track individuals with Alzheimer’s, dementia, autism or other disorders, who wander off and become lost; and a Fit For Duty 5k.

“We at 68 Ventures are grateful to John and his team at Mobile Bay Overhead Door for leading this initiative for a worthy program in our hometown,” said Nathan Cox, Founder and CEO of 68 Ventures. “Our purpose is to see all we can do with all we have been given, and John and his team are prime examples of that purpose.”

For more information on the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Foundation, visit bcsofoundation.baldwincountyal.gov.

About Mobile Bay Overhead Door

Mobile Bay Overhead Door supplies sales and installation of commercial and industrial door products in Mobile and Baldwin Counties. For more information, visit www.mobilebayoverheaddoor.com.

About 68 Ventures

68 Ventures is the parent company for many operating and development entities along the Alabama Gulf Coast and Florida Panhandle. The organization is focused on development, construction, real estate and related services within the
region. The long-term strategic plan for 68 Ventures is to vertically integrate through acquisitions, joint ventures, and start-ups to supply scale, value creation, and a best-in-class customer experience. 68 Ventures has an established track record of success, generating over $5.2B in transaction volume over the last decade. This success has been driven by the collective skill sets of the team, a dynamic culture, and the relentless passion to grow around its core businesses. For more information, visit 68ventures.com.