Photos: Spengler Plumbers Model For Fire Department Charity Calendar



You know those calendars where good-looking firefighters take off their shirts to raise money for charity? This is like that -- only it's plumbers.

But it's still a good cause! And some of them are, you know, hunky. For your viewing pleasure, Daily RFT brings you the "Men of Spengler," an O'Fallon, Illinois, charitable endeavor.

The company, Spengler Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, is now spreading the word about its 2013 calendar, which the business hopes will help them donate $20,000 to local fire departments through its newly formed "Spengler Everyday Hero Fund."

The "Calendar with a Purpose" features fourteen men of Spengler posing for the camera as a salute to "the men and women who risk their lives to save our homes and families by volunteering and working at local fire departments."

Bathing for a good cause. Big photos below.
  • Bathing for a good cause. Big photos below.

By using a "Spengler Special" coupon in the calendar, supporters will trigger a $5 donation to a local fire department.

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Regardless of the donations that come from the coupons, the company will donate a minimum of $1,000 each to ten different fire departments.

It's free to snag a calendar. Call Spengler at 618-537-5266 or visit the company's Facebook page to get a copy.

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  • All photos courtesy of Spengler

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