INTUS Windows’ held its fourth tree planting event at their Virginia-headquarters as part of their “One Window, One Tree” program. Architects, developers, builders, government officialsand an ambassador came to participate in the biannual event with the aim of educating the community and building industry about the importance of trees.

Through a partnership with the City of Alexandria and the Tree Stewards of Alexandria and Arlington, INTUS Windows planted 50 trees at Four Mile Run Park. Prominent leaders of the community in attendance included, Vice Mayor Elizabeth Bennett-Parker, Councilwoman Del Pepper, Councilman Member Mo Seifeldein and former Mayor Allison Silberberg.

The Lithuanian Ambassador to the U.S. and his embassy staff also participated in the planting in concurrence with the tree plantings and donations taking place near the new Lithuanian INTUS’ office and factory.

The 73 people in attendance is the largest turn-out the tree-planting event has achieved since they began the effort in May 2018.

The INTUS social media campaign #OneWindowOneTree, is an effort that partners with companies in the commercial building industry, local governments, and environmental organizations, to plant a tree for every window they sell. Through education about how to properly plant trees, the impact trees provide to the environment, and energy conservation through energy efficient building, INTUS aims to change the environmental outlook and increase action within the building industry.

Their next event will be in the spring of 2020 and they invite anyone in the commercial building industry, government, or local community to join them.

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