Waste Pro Truck Drivers and Martha Sugalskis Triplets Walk the Runway as Celebrity Models at Charity Fashion Show October 5, 2016 Waste Pro’s residential garbage truck drivers, Rob Whitmore, Andrew Black and Chad Cover along with Martha Sugalski’s triplets, Heaton, Holden and Wilder Reich walked the runway as celebrity models at the 2016 Threads of Hope Fashion Show. “For the past three years we have developed this incredible friendship with Mr. Rob, Mr. Andrew and Mr. Chad,” said Martha. “I used #spreadloveandkindness, and I can’t tell you how many emails I received from people.” A video showing the bond between the three hardworking Waste Pro truck drivers and their Little Helpers became an internet sensation, gaining more than 34 million views within one month and was featured on major television programs, including ABC’s People List and Good Morning America, after being posted on Facebook by the toddlers’ mother. The 2016 Threads of Hope Fashion Show, which was sponsored by Waste Pro as well as by other community partners, such as Westgate Resorts and Fun Spot America Theme Parks, was a fundraiser, which benefited House of Hope Orlando, a residential home for troubled teens, where licensed counselors and teachers provide teens with the spiritual guidance and academic support they need to accomplish personal development goals and fill educational gaps. House of Hope graduates and current program members share their journey and describe how being part of this supportive community helped them restore their relationships with their families and regain their self-confidence.