At the beginning of the year, I shared with you some of my thoughts about the culture we continue to advance inside PulteGroup. That communication covered topics ranging from our purpose and vision to principles and commitment. Over the course of 2020, we will drill a little deeper into the key components of PulteGroup’s culture story starting with the video below.

Please take a minute to hear why our corporate vision statement is so important and how you can help us bring this statement to life.

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  1. Thank you for asking, Ryan. In the past year the Georgia Division Culture Committee participated in a couple of team building events that included employees and trades alike in assisting with community enhancement. We cleaned and overhauled the landscaping in the green space of a local school and we staffed a couple of example businesses for Junior Achievement of Gwinnett County for their BizTown program to teach elementary & middle school aged students the basics of business. Additionally, together with The Excellence Committee (a committee of trades committed to quality assurance) we participated in a golf outing that generated a contribution of just under $32,000.00 for the Share Our Strength/No Kid Hungry initiative locally in Metro Atlanta. I am very proud of the participation of PulteGroup’s Georgia Division in all of these events.

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