December 20, 2012
POWELL, OH geoAMPS, a technology company located in Powell, Ohio, is joining with the American Red Cross to raise money to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Donating $1 for each "Like" received on the company's Facebook page, up to $3,000, from now through New Year's Day.
geoAMPS’ campaign to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy continues through Jan. 1, 2013.
geoAMPS will donate $1 for each “Like” received on the company’s Facebook page, up to $3,000, from now through New Year’s Day.
The donated funds will go to assist hurricane 2012 relief efforts of the American Red Cross.
Hurricane Sandy, which slammed into the New Jersey coast in October, still impacts thousands.
Thanks to generosity of fellow Americans, the Red Cross has been providing assistance. The Red Cross is committed to continuing that assistance for weeks as families get back on their feet. Additional contributions from Americans will help the Red Cross provide these urgently needed services.
geoAMPS is joining this effort and extends an invitation to others to help the company raise money to help those impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
By “Liking” the geoAMPS Facebook page, visitors to the page can lend a hand to those whose lives have been adversely affected by this natural disaster.
geoAMPS is a technology company located in Powell, Ohio, providing software for managing land rights and infrastructure assets for its global customers. geoAMPS’ off-the-shelf products have been developed through collaboration with industry and technology experts. With ongoing commitment to partnerships and investments in research and development, geoAMPS creates comprehensive industry-specific solutions to meet the demanding needs of business.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Manager for geoAMPS. For more information, call 614-389-4871 or visit www.geoamps.com.
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