Huge Touch-A-Truck Event Rides Into Wareham on July 15th
D&J Enterprises, Inc. of Wareham makes a point each year to give back to the community, and with the anticipated arrival of its new, larger location opening soon, it allows them to give back an in even bigger way.
D&J Enterprises, Inc. is bringing the first annual Touch-A-Truck event to Charge Pond Road and the proceeds will be donated to a charity that is near and dear to the owner’s heart.
Tiffany and David Sergi of D&J Enterprises, Inc.
D&J Enterprises, Inc. is a full-service landscaping company based in Wareham that has been run by Tiffany and David Sergi for the past thirteen years. Their specialty is lawns, but their passion is giving back, and every year they make a point to support Turning Point, a nonprofit organization for the homeless and nearly homeless.
“Even before the business, I would sponsor a family, and these kids were asking for socks, blankets, and pajamas, and my heart broke,” said Tiffany Sergi. “I decided the following year I would sponsor a family myself and host a donation drive with the company, and that’s how it all started.”
D&J will be moving to a much larger building soon, allowing Sergi to expand her efforts of giving back to the community.
A Touch-A-Truck event seemed like the perfect fit.
What to Expect at D&J’s Touch-A-Touch Event
The Sergis are pulling out all the stops for their first-ever Touch-A-Truck. On Saturday, July 14th, this free event will take over their new location at 8 Charge Pond Road and see dozens of trucks and cars pile into the lot for some family fun.
The Wareham Fire Department, Wareham Police Department, the National Guard, State Police, the Wareham Harbormaster, and dozens more will be making an appearance at the event. From fire trucks and ATVs to bobcats and garbage trucks, children will get to see, touch, and explore all kinds of machines.
Families can enjoy free face painting, food trucks, raffle prizes, and mini Tonka truck rides, and the proceeds from the activities will be donated to Turning Point.
“My hope is to have a great turnout while we give back to the community and our favorite nonprofit,” said Sergi.
D&J’s Touch-A-Truck takes place on Saturday, July 15th.