Volunteerism in Action During Employee Appreciation Week

AmeriLife associates gave of themselves, literally, when they helped fill the blood reserves in the Tampa Bay region as the “Big Red Bus” of OneBlood came to AmeriLife Place recently.

OneBlood’s mobile collection vehicle was parked in front of the 2650 McCormick Drive AmeriLife Place complex as employees lined up to give blood as their schedules allowed.

More often than not, blood drive events are scheduled about two months in advance. But when another host had to cancel two weeks ago, OneBlood and AmeriLife orchestrated the event in less than a week.

“The OneBlood representative said they expected about 15 donors since they came without much notice,” said Mike Massrock, AmeriLife’s Director of Human Resources. “It turned out that we more than doubled their estimate with a donation of 34 pints.”

Each donor was given a “Lucky Charm” t-shirt T-shirt and Perkins Pancake House breakfast voucher as a thank you.

AmeriLife, whose corporate headquarters, AmeriLife Place, is in Clearwater, is the nation’s premier annuity, life and health insurance marketing group.

For additional information about donating blood please contact OneBlood. For information about AmeriLife or its community outreach campaigns, please contact Director of Corporate Communications Wayne Shelor at 727-726-0726 or at wshelor@AmeriLife.com.


Volunteerism in Action During Employee Appreciation Week

AmeriLife associates gave of themselves, literally, when they helped fill the blood reserves in the Tampa Bay region as the “Big Red Bus” of OneBlood came to AmeriLife Place recently.

OneBlood’s mobile collection vehicle was parked in front of the 2650 McCormick Drive AmeriLife Place complex as employees lined up to give blood as their schedules allowed.

More often than not, blood drive events are scheduled about two months in advance. But when another host had to cancel two weeks ago, OneBlood and AmeriLife orchestrated the event in less than a week.

“The OneBlood representative said they expected about 15 donors since they came without much notice,” said Mike Massrock, AmeriLife’s Director of Human Resources. “It turned out that we more than doubled their estimate with a donation of 34 pints.”

Each donor was given a “Lucky Charm” t-shirt T-shirt and Perkins Pancake House breakfast voucher as a thank you.

AmeriLife, whose corporate headquarters, AmeriLife Place, is in Clearwater, is the nation’s premier annuity, life and health insurance marketing group.

For additional information about donating blood please contact OneBlood. For information about AmeriLife or its community outreach campaigns, please contact Director of Corporate Communications Wayne Shelor at 727-726-0726 or at wshelor@AmeriLife.com.

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