Last week our team ran the Hood to Coast Relay. Now that the runners have had a few days to recuperate, we decided to ask them what their thoughts on the race were.
Here at Cadet we put an emphasis on working with our neighbors to make our home town and community a better place. Sometimes it means working hard to make sure our business has a minimal impact on the environment. Other times it means donating time or money to good causes. Earlier today it took the form of learning more about an organization that is making a tremendous impact for a certain part of our population.
Cadet Heat is proud to belong to the Adopt-a-Highway program, and this year volunteers battled high temperatures to beautify our slice of the Northwest.
How is eCommerce changing the world? Why should you care? As Cadet Heat President Hutch Johnson explains–it will affect you how buy and sell products.
As a member of Cadet’s Green Team, I keep the tally of the community involvement and volunteer hours for our company, and our employees. In 2014 we logged over 1,520 hours.
When’s the last time you worried about where your next warm meal or even a cup of coffee would come from? A group of coworkers […]
Ever wonder what to do with items no longer needed when you reorganize and remodel? We donated ours to three local charities.
Jamie Koenig, who works in our human resources department, has spent the past month or so working to redesign the interior of a caretaker room at the Martha & Mary Ministries Hospice House in southeast Portland.
Last week at Vancouver Landing, Cadet was honored to attend the dedication ceremony of the Discovery, a new boat recently acquired by our local Vancouver, WA […]
Cadet employees love to get out into our local community to lend a helping hand. Just this past weekend, my daughter and I volunteered with […]