O'Briens Carpet One Floor & Home proudly supports the following organizations
For more than 30 years, we have been dedicated to providing our community with caring services, not only through our flooring business, but in our service to different organizations in our local community. We are honored to have sponsored the following organizations throughout the years: St. Jude's Children Hospital Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs Down Syndrome Association and Pine Creek High School Eagles Basketball Team.
Pine Creek High School Basketball
O'Briens Carpet One Floor & Home was recognized by the Eagles Boys Basketball Team of Pine Creek High School for sponsoring the team in 2013-2014. We are always looking for ways to help our community and could not be happier to help. Go Eagles!
2016 Family Owned Business of the Year
During this year's Small Business Week awards ceremony, John & Beth Hughes, owners of O'Briens Carpet One Floor & Home, were presented the award for 2016 Family Owned Business of the Year by the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado and the Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center.
John, Beth, and our entire team could not be more proud of this accomplishment having served the Colorado Springs area for 31 years. John is especially thankful to the entire team at O'Briens, telling them, "this award belongs to you also. Without all of you, the award would not be possible."
Catholic Charities of Central Colorado
O’Briens Carpet One was recently recognized for 10 Years of support to Catholic Charities of Central Colorado. Catholic Charities supports the Marian House in Colorado Springs and serves meals and provides help to those in need 365 days a year. We're thrilled to support such a great organization!
National Carpet One Initiatives
The team at O'Briens is also proud to support a number of national Carpet One initiatives.
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In collaboration with Marian House, O'Briens Carpet One Floor & Home served warm, nutritious meals to 444 men, 158 women, 38 children and 278 seniors in October 2017. Of the individuals served, 56 individuals received second helpings!