Springfield Masonic Community will be awarding one of its employees who achieves perfect attendance with a new Subaru Crosstrek next year.

Springfield Masonic Community to give away new car to employee

Employees of Springfield Masonic Community will have the chance to win a free car next year.

In April 2020, the retirement community will give away a new Subaru Crosstrek to one of its employees who achieved perfect attendance.

Springfield Masonic Community is a subsidiary of Ohio Masonic Home, which is partnering with Wagner Subaru in Fairborn to give back to its employees for their dedication and service, a press release says.

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“I am very proud of each and every one of our Springfield Masonic Community employees. They work hard each day to make sure our community members are provided the best care,” Tony Berardi, president and administrator for Springfield Masonic Community said in the release.

In addition, the retirement community will launch a year-long program that allows employees to enter a drawing for other valuables. Hourly, non-exempt, full-time and part-time employees will have an opportunity each quarter to participate in the “Perfect Attendance Car Give-Away Program” by entering into prize drawings, the release says.

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A winner of one drawing will receive a new car, while another from a second drawing will receive one of many prizes including a flat-screen television, weekend getaway, or a gaming system. Perfect quarterly attendance is required to enter into the drawing.

Employees who have perfect attendance for each month will be entered into a drawing for a $100 gas card.

“We have great employees across our entire organization providing great service and exceptional care. We want to give back to them and keep them engaged with our organization,” Scott Buchanan, CEO Ohio Masonic Home said in the release.

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