John and Dan Renzi delivered the custom boards to the engine companies on Friday.
The donation is a small act of kindness to bring a little more fun to the firefighters.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — John Renzi says a successful business needs to give back to the community.
The latest for his business, Graphic Impact Signs, is custom cornhole boards for every city Fire Department engine company, and one for the Lanesborough Fire Department.
He and his brother Dan delivered the boards to the stations on Friday.
"They have some down time so we hope to bring some fun into their lives," John Renzi said.
The donation is seemingly small, but at the firefighters with Engine 5 thought the boards were awesome. Graphic Impact Signs makes the custom boards and one day figured why not make a few for the department.
"This was an opportunity for us to give back," John Renzi said.
The company has made many donations to public safety and other entities and the latest bring just a little bit more fun to the lives of the first responders working in the city every day.
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