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TMS Gives Back to Local Communities Via Grow Happiness Campaign

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 18, 2018
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The Money Source Inc. has announced the launch of its company-wide initiative to grow happiness, encouraging employees to give back to their local communities. Following the company’s massive brand announcement that challenged the industry norm and ignited its mission to “Grow Happiness,” TMS dedicated time and resources for employees to hit the streets and put the words into action.
 
The initiative spurred employees to be true ambassadors of happiness, providing everyone with $20 to be as creative and resourceful as they wanted to be in giving back to the community.
 
“In honor of our 20th anniversary, we wanted to continue to ride the energy behind our new branding and give our employees $20 to give back to local communities,” said TMS Chief Executive Officer Darius Mirshahzadeh.
 
Whether it was surprising someone by purchasing their groceries, buying a sleeping bag for a homeless person, passing out water at a community park, or bringing a care package to a nearby hospital, TMS wanted to show that its dedication to growing happiness goes beyond the homebuying process.
 
“Our dedication to spreading happiness doesn’t end at the closing table for us; It’s in our DNA. We are taking a stand in this industry to show we are more than just a mortgage company,” said Mirshahzadeh. “And, this just the beginning for us. We can’t wait to see what the next 20 years hold for TMS.”
 
By providing its more than 600 employees with $20 each, TMS was able to give up to $12,000 back to its local communities, contributing to the company’s overall goal to help one million happy homeowners and help people achieve their pursuit of happiness. Employees reached nearly 300 different communities, capturing videos and photos of the entire experience that will live on a designated landing page on the company’s Web site, TheMoneySource.com.

 
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