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“It was 31 years ago today I first opened the door to Premier Communications Group, equipped with a drawing table, typewriter and blind ambition. Although the tools and devices have changed, a few things have remained constant: the ambition is intact, still prefer black & white photography, and the annual Sanders hot fudge cream puff reward.” – Randy Fossano
Happy Earth Day
Earth Day was founded on Wednesday, April 22, 1970, as a college education program. That day was chosen because:
a. Students were less likely to skip class midweek
b. It didn’t interfere with religious holidays
c. It was late enough in spring to have decent weather
d. All of the above
Click here to submit your answer.
Every New Year presents a fresh start; a time to search for new promises and opportunities to do things differently. This invaluable period of reflection allows us the chance to discover ways that we can not only become more efficient in the way that we operate in our own lives, but also how we can find new ways to reach out and assist others in our community. This notion is what pushes us to continually develop innovative avenues to connect with our clients and peers.
It is in this spirit that we are asking others to join us in helping out those who are in need this holiday season. Click on the spoon icon above and we’ll make a donation to Forgotten Harvest. It’s that simple!
Forgotten Harvest is an organization that redistributes surplus and perishable food to emergency food providers. An impressive fact: For every dollar raised, Forgotten Harvest provides 10 meals to those in need! Our goal is to donate enough to supply 10,000 meals for those who may need some help.
Why the wooden spoon?
The spoon is symbolic of Forgotten Harvest’s core principles – to repurpose. A spoon turns basic ingredients into a meal; repurposed surplus can become a banquet for those in need. A simple tool, a simple gesture.
To learn more about Forgotten Harvest, or if you would like to support its mission, please visit www.forgottenharvest.org.
Click here to request our 2012 calendar with simple repurposing ideas and insight. Available while supplies last!
The New Year brings a new start and a hope that this year will be better than every one before it. It’s a time when we look for new promise, new opportunity and vow to do things differently. Reflecting on this reminds us how world events have impacted people’s livelihood. That’s why we’re determined to connect with our clients and community in new and better ways.
In this spirit, we are asking others to join us in reaching out to those who could use a hand for the holidays. When you visit our blog through January 31, 2011, click on the “You Click, We Give!” button and we will make a donation to Forgotten Harvest. It’s that simple!
Forgotten Harvest is an organization that redistributes surplus and perishable food to emergency food providers. An impressive fact: For every dollar raised, Forgotten Harvest provides 8 meals to those in need! Our goal is to donate enough to supply 8,000 meals for those who may need some help.
Check out the counter at the right to see how many visitors have helped so far. And we look forward to sharing the successes of the New Year with all of you. Cheers!
To learn more about Forgotten Harvest, or if you would like to support its mission, please visit the company’s web site: www.forgottenharvest.org