Home Inspector Bryan’s Best Home Inspection to Take Part in Relay for Life

Solano County, CA based home inspector Bryan’s Best Home Inspection has recently announced that he will be taking part in the Relay for Life event organized by the American Cancer Society. As owner of the company, Bryan contributes often to local and national charities and this year he will be walking the 24 hours of the Relay for Life himself in Dixon, CA in May as a way to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

Each year, millions of participants take part in Relay for Life events across the globe. Over 4 million people from over 20 countries took part in the 2015 event, and it’s expected that the numbers will be even higher for the 2016 Relay for Life. With cancer continuing to claim the lives of millions each year, it’s important that charities such as the American Cancer Society receive the funding they need to complete research on cancer with the hope of finding a cure. The leading market home inspector Bryan’s Best Home Inspection is now helping contribute towards this goal as he takes part in the 2016 Relay for Life event.

Bryan’s Best Home Inspection is now welcoming customers and fellow service providers in the region to contribute toward their Relay for Life fundraising campaign.His goal is to raise $1,500 in this year’s event and he offers his clients to take $25 off their home inspection bill and donate the amount to his relay.The event will be in May in Dixon, CA. This is Bryan’s fifth straight year completing Relay for Life and within the 24-hour event.He typically walks over 50 miles in 24 hours. This year his goal is to complete 65 miles within the 24 hour-event. It’s a commitment that highlights Bryan’s Best Home Inspection’s connection to the local community in Solano County.

To learn more on Bryan’s Best Home Inspection and the company’s involvement in the Relay for Life event, speak with them today at 707.426.3333 or visit their business website at www.bryansbesthomeinspection.com.

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