[Phoenix] – May 22, 2017 – Today, Western Window Systems announced its participation in the St. Jude Dream Home giveaway program, which lets members of the public buy $100 raffle tickets for the chance to win a new home built by Las Vegas-based Element Building Company. All proceeds will go toward the treatment of children at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Groundbreaking for the Las Vegas home, estimated to be worth $425,000 when it’s completed in the city’s Durango and Alexander/Lone Mountain area, took place May 2 in Las Vegas. The Dream Giveaway program is one of St. Jude’s largest fundraisers nationwide and has given away more than 400 homes and raised more than $325 million for the organization since it the program’s launch in 1991.
As a donor to the Dream Home Giveaway program, Western Window Systems will provide at no cost its innovative door and window solutions to the construction of the single-family home. The products donated include a Series 600 Multi-Slide Door, a Series 600 Sliding Glass Door, a Series 900 Hinged Door, and various fixed and hinged window styles.
National sponsors of Dream Home Giveaway include Bosch, Brizo, Trane, and Shaw Floors while several Las Vegas companies will partner with Element Building Company to build the home.
About Western Window Systems
Founded in Phoenix in 1959, Western Window Systems designs and manufactures door and window systems that bring indoor and outdoor spaces together. Inspired by modern living, our high-quality products are available in custom sizes, standardized sets, and massive dimensions for unlimited design possibilities in residential, prefab, retail, commercial, and educational projects. From superior craftsmanship and timeless design to exceptional customer service, Western Window Systems is a preferred choice of architects, builders, and homeowners throughout North America.
About St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Since 1962, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has treated children who have been stricken with catastrophic diseases. It remains the only research hospital that pays for all treatment and expenses not covered by insurance, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.