Second Annual Service Project Updates Facility LandscapingPROVO, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--For its second annual Day of Service, Fishbowl® (www.fishbowlinventory.com), along with Valley View Landscaping and Four Seasons Landscape & Design, closed their business doors to dedicate Friday to repairing and improving the landscape at House of Hope (www.uafut.org) in Provo. “Our goal for the project was to strengthen company unity and provide meaningful service to the community,” said David K. Williams, Fishbowl CEO. “We were happy to give our time to better the conditions for these people who are striving to create better lives for themselves and their children.” “Creating a clean, safe environment for the families helps reinforce our efforts to teach the women about being clean and free from substance abuse,” said Sarah Engler, LCSW, House of Hope Clinical Director. “We are grateful for the generosity and time dedicated by everyone involved to help make our facility the best and safest it can be.” Valley View Landscaping owner Brad Frost acted as project manager, donating his time and supplies to the project. Four Seasons Landscaping & Design also provided rock and gravel for the courtyard and surrounding areas. “We were compelled to join this effort and gladly supported Fishbowl’s project,” said Frost. A private company based in Orem, Utah, Fishbowl and its cornerstone product, Fishbowl Inventory, make it possible for every small to mid-size company to have the level of flexible and mobile inventory management solutions large organizations enjoy. Fishbowl is the No. 1 requested inventory solution for QuickBooks. For more information, visit: www.fishbowlinventory.com. The House of Hope, founded in 1946, (formerly Utah Alcoholism Foundation) is the oldest provider of alcoholism and chemical dependency treatment and education services in Utah. The Provo location is a housing facility for women and their children during the treatment process. For more information, visit: www.uafut.org.