Adams Brown Sportsman Club uses their 22″ x 48″ dry erase check for a presentation at their club.
The Litcher Group LLC used their dry erase check to make donations to both Surf City Parks + Recreation, and ATFS Surf City Out of the Darkness
Willow Springs Chapter Lions Club’s donation to the Good Samaritan Clinic using their dry erase check
Ranch Hope Inc uses their blank 22″ x 48″ PVC dry erase check for different presentations to their youth.
This customer surprised her mom with a Christmas present of money displayed on a large check.
Columbia Bank used their Economy Dry Erase check to present donations to the Boys & Girls Club, Bread of the Mighty Food Bank, Hospice of Marion, and Ronald McDonald House.
Here’s a donation being made to Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento using a Dry Erase Check.
West Omaha Martial Arts displaying their donation to Project Pink’d using a PVC Dry Erase Check with their logo added.
“PRMI presented the La Grange Kentucky Main Street program with a $2,500 check on Nov. 24. The money will be used to paint murals around Main Street, including outside the Main Street Welcome Center. Artist Mike Prather will draw the artwork, while special needs students at Oldham County High School will paint the murals.”
Click here to view the full news article of PRMI’s donation.
Gaston County DHHS Social Services Department made a donation to Gaston County Children and Families using a Large Check presentation hoping to inspire others to give too.