For the third consecutive year, team members at Dixon Schwabl hit the Rochester streets to distribute cold-weather items around the city as part of the Bundle Up Rochester initiative. With the bitter cold hitting our region, the project aims to help keep our neighbors in need warm this winter.
The agency collected 183 pieces of cold-weather items for the initiative, including coats, sweatshirts, pants, hats, gloves, hand warmers, scarves and socks. Team members from the account service department placed the items around Rochester this week in Washington Square Park and on trees, fences, light poles and benches around the city.
Account Supervisor Amanda Maxim brought Bundle Up, a national initiative, to Dixon Schwabl in 2016 to help the Rochester community.