Modula America Construction Corporation (MACC) Donates Services to Victims of the 2006 Chemical Explosion in Danvers MA

Danvers, MA (PressExposure) July 17, 2008 -- The custom modular homes MACC built for these two blast victims are beautiful. Each house was customized to fit exactly what their needs were. Both houses are manufactured in Pennsylvania by Avis America (www.AvisAmerica.com). The Merit’s now have a wonderful view of the Danvers River and enjoy single floor living and an attached single car garage. The Begonis property will eventually be a rental offering open floor plan, 3 large bedrooms, a walk up attic and a full basement.

Modular America Construction Corporation is the Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire exclusive builder for Avis America (Excel Homes). Avis America is ranked 3rd in the country and 1st on the East Coast from Virginia to Maine for modular home manufacturing. One can reach MACC by either emailing Vice President, George Banks (gbankslda@yahoo.com) or by calling 978-210-2708.

President of MACC, Nick Gikas stated, “My family is from Danvers and we have lived here our entire lives. We are in a position to help out and we did. We donated our services to Tie-In the modular homes for George and Joyce Merritt of Riverside Street and Michael Begonis, also of River Street. Both were able to put this money back into the house for upgrades and to cover some expenses that insurance wouldn’t cover. We are honored and fortunate enough to be able to help like this.”

Contact US : For more information, please visit the web sites: [http://www.AvisAmerica.com] http://www.ModularAmericaCorp.com

Modular America Construction Corporation 32 S.Main Street Middleton MA 01949 Phone: 978-210-2708 Fax: 978-750-9601 Email: Gbankslda@yahoo.com (George Banks, Vice President)

About Modular America Construction Corporation

Nick Gikas and George Banks are both from Danvers and own and operate a very successful modular home construction company with their office in Middleton MA. They stated that after experiencing the shock (1 mile away) from the blast, they new something bad had happened. Help flooded the blast victims from state government to local charities and Modular America Construction Corp wanted to help too.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 16, 2008 at 5:34 am
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