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(FORT MYERS, Fla., Sept. 1, 2023) – Sunset Builders & Maintenance and Salty Papa’s Shrimp House are hosting a donation drive in response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Idalia in Taylor County, Florida. Donations will be accepted from September 1 through September 10. The drop off location is 15271 McGregor Blvd, Suite #3 in Fort Myers.

“We all felt the outpouring of love and assistance from communities all across Florida when our area was devastated by Hurricane Ian, and now it’s our turn to return the love,” said Marc Arnett, CEO of Sunset Builders & Maintenance. “While we are still working tirelessly to rebuild our own community, we understand the importance of supporting others during challenging times.”

Sunset Builders & Maintenance and Salty Papa’s Shrimp House invites customers, neighbors, and community members to join the initiative by dropping off non-perishable emergency supplies, cleaning materials, non-perishable food items, water, and other essentials to be distributed to those impacted by Hurricane Idalia.

For more information, call 239-236-9646, email [email protected] or visit

About Sunset Builders & Maintenance

Sunset Builders & Maintenance, located in southwest Florida, is a veteran-owned, family-owned and operated, licensed, and insured general contractor. Sunset Builders & Maintenance has specialized in complete home remodeling and renovations since 2010, as well as kitchen and bathroom remodeling, impact window and door installations, stair and deck replacements, home watch and property management, and maintenance and repairs.

About Salty Papa’s Shrimp House

Salty Papa’s Shrimp House is a family-run southern-style seafood restaurant. The restaurant serves fresh, locally sourced fish in a casual setting.

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