T-Mobile Employees Huddle Up to Give City Recreation Complex a Facelift

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The City of Tampa's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Complex is getting a facelift on Thursday, September 20 thanks to 150 employees of T-Mobile. The effort is part of a T-Mobile's national community outreach program called "Huddle Up."

The workers will paint murals, construct shelving and cubby storage spaces, and create outdoor games and playground graphics. The work is schedule to begin at 9 a.m. after a brief opening ceremony with Gabriel Torres, Vice President and General Manager of T-Mobile.

The T-Mobile Huddle Up is aimed at connecting kids, primarily from single-parent families in high-need, urban communities, to positive people, places and programs.

Now in its seventh year, T-Mobile Huddle Up has transformed more than 68 after school programs nationwide.

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation Complex is located at 2200 N. Oregon Avenue.