Warriors In The Workplace Partners With The Hybrid Haven

Warriors In The Workplace Partners With The Hybrid Haven  

(Patten, ME) November 5, 2014   Officials at The Hybrid Haven and Warriors In The Workplace, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit public charity, today announced the formation of a partnership to provide the highly respected and growing franchise with job listings on the organization’s website.   The goal of both organizations is to offer fulfilling career opportunities to veterans of the US Military.

“I have the utmost respect for the men and women who have worn our military’s uniform on our behalf, and I feel that if there is some way that I can help them as they return from service, then it is my honor to do so.   These folks have the training and abilities that The Hybrid Haven family needs as we expand our business across the country” explained The Hybrid Haven’s founder Ed Rueda.

Based in California, the Hybrid Haven is the first fully Toyota certified maintenance and repair facility for all brands of hybrid and electric vehicles, that also offers services for conventional vehicles.  The Hybrid Haven offers its customers a savings over dealership services ranging from 50-70%.    For more information on locations and services offered at The Hybrid Haven, please visit www.thehybridhaven.com.

“Warriors In The Workplace is very excited to partner up with Ed Rueda and The Hybrid Haven.   We have some of the best trained men and women available in the military, and this is going to be a great opportunity for them, not only for employment but to get in to a company just as it begins to expand across the country and help it grow.  The men and women who join the Hybrid Haven family will become part of the foundation of a quality chain of a new type of vehicle maintenance facilities.  It is an amazing opportunity” declared John Birmingham, Executive Director of Warriors In The Workplace.

Warriors In The Workplace, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, was created to honor the memory of a local hero.  As a Marine, he had survived 2 tours of Iraq and one in Afghanistan and had been awarded a purple heart. Facing a staggering unemployment rate and suffering from PTSD, he took his own life.   Similar tragedies play out daily, with an average of 22 military suicides per day.   Warriors In The Workplace is the organization that was created in the wake of his loss to help our returning veterans.   The initiative is specifically geared toward the men and women of the U.S. Military, to offer them employment opportunities based upon skills they have acquired and perfected throughout their military careers.  To learn more about this organization, please contact John Birmingham, Executive Director, at 207.694.1808 or by email at jbirmingham@warriorsintheworkplace.org.