At Guardian, it is part of our core mission to make meaningful connections in the communities we serve. In 2019, the first Guardian community connection bench was established in Clanton at the Chilton County Chamber of Commerce. From there, we have continued placing these benches throughout the communities across Alabama and are proud to have 10 benches in four counties throughout the state.
Each bench serves as a community connection point. Our goal is simple, help individuals in the areas we serve foster relationships and encourage others to connect and positively impact their surrounding communities. Our community connection points remain an important priority to us, and we enjoy seeing a little piece of Guardian in the communities we serve.
Guardian is thrilled to install our latest community connection benches in Prattville on Main Street, located at the entrance of Creek Walk Park. Prattville Mayor, Bill Gillespie, joined Guardian’s Chief Experience Officer, Rachel Stewart, to celebrate the occasion and discuss future plans of adding more community connection benches throughout Prattville. Next time you pass by one of our community connection benches, we hope you take a seat and make some connections of your own!