CARE Inc Recently Celebrated Our 25th Anniversary!
A quarter of a century has a prestigious ring to it, and that is exactly what we are celebrating at Care, Inc. My, how these 25 years have flown by! We started as a small care service, and now we have over 800+ employees. Care, Inc. is proud of the impact we have made as one of the pioneers in the home health care industry in Louisiana.
In honor of our 25th Anniversary Celebration, we held a party on December 3rd, 2016. It was held at the lovely Fleur de Lis in Ponchatoula. Over five hundred people attended the party. We had an awesome DJ that got the crowd up and dancing, with a photo booth available to take some fun candid moments.
Santa was also one of the highlights of the Care Inc. Anniversary party, and we heard he had a great time posing with many of the guests.
After enjoying a delicious dinner from the LeFleurDeLisCatering.com, our leaders took the time to acknowledge our PCA’s. Some of them have been with us for as long as we have been in business! That kind of longevity speaks to the integrity of Care, Inc. and how we truly “care” about our staff, as much as the communities we serve. We also have over 250+ employees that have been with the company for more than five years. We hope to have your loyalty for the next five; and many more thereafter.
Photos of the event can be found on our Facebook or by clicking on this link.
We strive to continue growing and providing more jobs in Louisiana for the next 25 years, too, so that we can provide as much assistance to families in need of home health care in the years to come.
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