07.06.16

PulteGroup's Built to Honor Program to Donate its 40th Home to a Wounded Veteran and Family

The dream of homeownership is about to become reality for a 40th wounded veteran and his family through PulteGroup’s Built to Honor program.  This newest award marks a significant milestone in PulteGroup’s efforts to support our nation’s servicemen and women. On Friday, July 8 at 9 a.m., Retired U.S. Army Sgt. John Jaramillo and his family will receive a new mortgage-free Centex home in the Greater Tampa Bay area – Built to Honor’s 40th home dedication.


05.27.16

PulteGroup Employee Reflects on Military Leave

While working for PulteGroup for more than a decade, David Wong also served the United States Armed Forces. As an Air Force crew chief, he flew C-130s and was responsible for ensuring the aircraft was mechanically safe for operation. "When I was gone for nearly a year on military leave, I never felt worried because PulteGroup stepped in to ensure that my family life would continue.”
 
 

05.26.16

U.S. Army Soldier Receives a New Centex Home in Dumfries, Virginia

More than 100 people were on hand when PulteGroup surprised U.S. Army Sgt. Matthew R. White with the announcement that he is the recipient of a new home in the Centex community of Cherry Hill Crossing in Dumfries, Virginia.

05.26.16

PulteGroup Employees Say Military Experience Instills Job Skills

What types of experiences and training make an ideal future employee?  If you ask veterans and currently enlisted PulteGroup employees, they say their military service has provided them the necessary skills, qualities and attributes to excel in their job roles with the homebuilder.
 
 

05.24.16

Active Duty Prepared PulteGroup Market Analyst for Current Job

After six years of active duty service in the Navy, Lauren Ronan joined the PulteGroup team in Charleston – transitioning from the high seas to a career as a market intelligence analyst for the homebuilder. She says her military experience has prepared her to be organized, and to be willing to “go with the flow.”
 

05.23.16

PulteGroup Employees Support Coworker Currently Deployed in Middle East

When Greg Glasow was notified last year that his Army Reserve Unit was to be deployed to Kuwait, he was proud to serve, yet concerned about his job prospects upon his return.  The 43-year-old husband and father of two was enjoying his new job at PulteGroup, where he worked in the Arizona Division's Procurement Department.

05.11.16

Wounded Veteran in Arizona Gets Keys to New Pulte Home

A wounded veteran and his family received the keys to their new mortgage-free Pulte home, as a crowd of cheering well-wishers waved flags and celebrated their new beginning together. The new home was donated by PulteGroup’s Built to Honor program in collaboration with Military Warriors Support Foundation.

 


05.10.16

Golf Tournament at Avila Golf & Country Club Expected to Raise $50,000 Toward The Children’s Home

The first annual Tampa Building to Make Lives Better Golf Tournament hosted by PulteGroup's West Florida Division on Oct. 3 at Avila Golf & Country Club is expected to raise over $50,000 to benefit The Children’s Home.

04.21.16

Pulte Employees Give Back to Community Charities

PulteGroup encourages employees to give back to the community and volunteer their time by providing two days off with pay every year. In addition to individual community involvement, employees in Pulte Division markets across the nation collectively support about 130 different non-profits every year, doing everything from feeding the homeless, to collecting school supplies for needy kids.