Company Pledges $15,000 in Matching Contributions to American Red Cross
AVI-SPL, the largest global integrator of audio visual and video conferencing systems and services, today announced a company-wide donations drive for disaster relief efforts in Haiti. To support this effort, the company has pledged to match employee donations dollar-for-dollar up to $15,000.
âEmployees here at AVI-SPL were deeply saddened by the events that took place in Haiti last week and wanted to show their support,â? said John Zettel, CEO, AVI-SPL. âIn response, the company chose to champion their cause by encouraging employees to give through our âHelp for Haitiâ drive.â?
Donations collected from the drive, ending on Feb. 1, will be donated to the American Red Cross.
Headquartered in Tampa, Fla., AVI-SPL is the result of a merger between Audio Visual Innovations (AVI) and Signal Perfection, Ltd. (SPL). In aggregate the company has more than 40 years of experience providing innovative audio and video communications solutions with a strong tradition of high quality and exceptional customer service. As the largest global integrator for audio and video communications systems and services, AVI-SPL is uniquely positioned to deliver the most comprehensive line-up of presentation solutions, including: systems integration, sales and rentals, complete staging and production, managed conferencing, IP integration and event management. For more about AVI-SPL, visit www.avispl.com.
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