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PulteGroup’s New England Division donates $10,000 to BVT

Check presentation at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School in Upton, Massachusetts. Pictured individuals from left to right: Mark Mastroianni, PulteGroup New England Division Director of Land Planning and Entitlement; Brian Lupien, PulteGroup New England Division Vice President of Operations; Dr. Michael Fitzpatrick, Superintendent-Director; Dr. Matthew Connors, Vocational Director; Michele Denise, Vocational Director

Funded by the PulteGroup Charitable Foundation, this contribution will support the high school’s welding, construction, electrical, HVAC&R and plumbing programs.PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM), one of America’s largest homebuilders, today announced its New England division recently contributed $10,000 to the Blackstone Valley Tech Educational Foundation, Inc. The donation will be used to improve the learning and experience of students in the Advanced Manufacturing & Fabrication (Welding), Construction Technology, Electrical, HVAC&R, and Plumbing programs at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School (BVT).

“Giving back to the communities we serve is an important part of our culture at PulteGroup,” said Brian Lupien, vice president of operations for PulteGroup’s New England division. “At BVT, incredible work happens every day to prepare tomorrow’s leaders for the many family-sustaining career possibilities in the homebuilding trades. We are proud to do our part to support their efforts and help more students get a head start on their future.”

Located in Upton, Massachusetts, BVT serves the 13 towns of Blackstone Valley and offers 18 vocational-technical programs with a challenging academic curriculum, as well as post-secondary programs. The high school is known for meeting the rigorous and relevant standards of modern industry with its rich offering of career vocational-technical shops. BVT prides itself on how it integrates classroom learning and real-world, hands-on projects.

“On behalf of the BVT school community, I want to thank PulteGroup for their generous donation,” said Dr. Michael F. Fitzpatrick Superintendent-Director of Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School. “Thanks to partners like PulteGroup, we are able to provide our students with the highest quality vocational-technical education that are central to the careers of today and tomorrow.”

PulteGroup’s New England division builds new construction homes and communities in the greater Boston area and Southern Connecticut. The company offers garden-style condominiums, townhomes, single-family home styles, under its renown Pulte Homes brand, and Pulte Homes Active Adult and Del Webb brands for 55+ buyers.