Turtles On Board
by Jim Henderson
President of William C. Huff Companies and
national speaker for estate downsizing and lifestyle transitions
We are very excited to be the official Turtles on the Town logistics and transportation sponsor this year. If you haven’t heard of it yet – Turtles on the Town is a collaboration designed by the Community Foundation of Collier County, the Conservancy of Southwest Florida and the United Arts Council as an engaging arts project. The endeavor is designed to support the arts, environment and the promotion of charitable giving.
The project will feature 50 loggerhead sea turtle sculptures to be displayed at locations throughout Collier County from November 2015 through February 2016. Interested parties will have the opportunity to bid on the turtle sculptures at the Turtles on the Town Gala, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida Nature Center.
Being part of Turtles on the Town and supporting their mission is very exciting to say the least. Our company will handle all the transportation of the turtles from picking them up once they are cast to delivering to the local artists that will transform the turtles into artwork. We’ll also be storing the turtles in our warehouse at various times between now and the gala. Plus, we’ll be hosting several of their events prior to the Gala.
Be on the lookout for our trucks around town, they’ll be sporting signage that reads: Turtles Onboard. When you see us and the sign, take a photo and post it on social media using the hashtag #TOTT. We want to help create a greater social media buzz for the project.
William C. Huff is a full-service company which specializes in complete personalized logistics support for high and ultra-high net worth home owners, builders, designers, architects and estate managers. With a wide range of services for local, national and international clients, the company also serves as an art shuttle, and specialized antique/heirloom handlers. And now, we’re adding Turtles to our list! #TOTT
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