Contact: Donna M. Autuori
Autuori Corporate Communications, Inc.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SmartSource® Computer & Audio Visual Rentals (Hauppauge, NY, www.smartsourcerentals.com), one of the nation’s leading providers of computer, audio visual (AV) and technology solutions for businesses and events, recently sent a team of staff members to volunteer at Long Island Cares, Inc. (Hauppauge, NY, www.licares.org), the nonprofit organization founded by the late Harry Chapin, which brings together resources to benefit the hungry on Long Island and meet other vital humanitarian needs. SmartSource continues a history of volunteerism at Long Island Cares as its founder, Julian Sandler, was a strong advocate for fighting hunger. This year, more than a dozen staff members from the company’s Hauppauge headquarters were on hand at Long Island Cares’ warehouse where they served in its Warehouse Sorting & Repackaging Program.
SmartSource® Computer & Audio Visual Rentals is the trusted expert in technology solutions for businesses and events and maintains the largest national footprint in the computer and audio visual rental space. SmartSource is widely recognized for its breadth and depth of offerings and seamless systems integration for even the most complex temporary installations. By leveraging high performance IT, AV, and the latest interactive technologies, SmartSource helps marketers effectively convey and distill their brand messages with optimum, impactful impressions. SmartSource has fully-staffed and equipped branch offices in 22 major metropolitan markets. Founded in 1984 as Rent-a-PC, the company was the pioneer market maker in technology rentals. For more information, visit: www.smartsourcerentals.com or call: 800-888-8686.
About Long Island Cares
Long Island Cares’ mission is to help to meet Long Island’s immediate need for emergency food relief. Additionally, the organization strives to eliminate the underlying causes of hunger. It accomplishes this goal through various community outreach programs such as its “New Paths to Achievement” and job training initiatives; its “School Tools” program to help provided new school supplies to children in need; “Hunger Education” program provided to schools, clubs, religious organizations and community groups; and its “Veteran’s Services,” which provide various support services to veterans and their families. For more information to learn how you can help, visit: www.licares.org.