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Tekcetera Spends Summer Giving Back to Orange County Community

Technology Services Company Heads to the Beach and Saddles Up as Part of Its ‘10 Months of Thanks’ Initiative

 
PRLog - Aug. 23, 2012 - ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. -- As part of its 10 Months of Thanks initiative, the Tekcetera, Inc. team spent the summer partnering with local Orange County organizations in an effort to give back. Tekcetera, known for its dedication to doing what it takes to provide comprehensive and cost-effective technology services to businesses small and large, launched its 10 Months of Thanks initiative as a way to say thank you to the Orange County community that has supported it for the last decade. Past events include donating toys, serving food to the homeless, walking for wishes and supporting veterans. Throughout the next four months, the Tekcetera team can be found sending care packages to military troops, offering a free computer training workshop, hosting an electronics drive and more.

Kicking the summer off at the beach, Tekcetera teamed up with Orange County Coastkeeper in June for a morning of coastal conservation in celebration of World Oceans Day. Wearing its signature blue Tekcetera t-shirts, the team along with 100 other volunteers, began the morning at Huntington State Beach in Huntington Beach, Calif. combing the shore and picking up trash and debris. At the end of the event, more than 40 pounds of trash was removed. Following the beach cleanup, the team saddled up in July and headed to Anaheim Hills, Calif. for an afternoon with Canyon Acres Children and Family Services, an organization that supports neglected, abused and emotionally troubled children. Dressed in head-to-toe western gear, the Tek team partook in arts and crafts and ran a rodeo themed relay.

“We had a blast this summer working with Orange County Coastkeeper and Canyon Acres Children and Family Services,” said John S. Pitts, president and founder, Tekcetera, Inc. “Both organizations represent causes that we are passionate about, clean and safe beaches and child advocacy. It was truly an honor to work with both organizations and a wonderful way to spend the summer.”

For the last decade, Tekcetera, Inc. has provided reliable, cost-effective infrastructure solutions, cloud services, managed IT services, Microsoft specialty consulting, Avaya and Cisco telecommunications, web design, ecommerce solutions and more to businesses throughout Orange County. The Santa Ana-based technology company is celebrating its 10-year milestone anniversary by giving thanks. The company’s 10 Months of Thanks initiative will culminate at a hosted reception during the month of November, appropriately around the Thanksgiving holiday.

To learn more about Tekcetera and its services, visit: www.tekcetera.com and follow 10 Months of Thanks through photos and updates on Facebook at www.facebook.com/tekceterainc and Twitter at www.twitter.com/tekcetera. To learn more about Orange County Coastkeeper, visit: www.coastkeeper.org/ and Canyon Acres Children and Family Services, visit: www.canyonacres.org.

About Tekcetera, Inc.
Founded in November 2002, Tekcetera’s mission is to “do what it takes” to provide comprehensive and cost-effective hardware, software and support technology services that deliver peace of mind to businesses that their technology will work, every time. Tekcetera services include infrastructure solutions, cloud services, managed services, Microsoft specialty consulting, Avaya and Cisco telecommunications, web design, ecommerce solutions and more. A trusted partner of Avaya, Cisco, EVault, Hewlett-Packard, TREND Micro and WatchGuard, Tekcetera solutions deliver improved reliability, increased productivity, and broadened market penetration to clients spanning a wide range of industries. To learn more, visit www.tekcetera.com.

About Orange County Coastkeeper
Founded in 1999, Orange County Coastkeeper identifies pollution issues affecting water quality in local creeks, rivers, bays and coastal regions.  The organization’s mission is to protect and preserve the region’s marine habitats and watersheds through education, advocacy, restoration, research and enforcement.  Orange County Coastkeeper is a proactive, collaborative, and dynamic 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. For more information, visit www.coastkeeper.org or call 714-850-1965.

About Canyon Acres Children and Family Services
For more than three decades, Canyon Acres Children and Family Services has been committed to providing homes, care, treatment and supportive services for abused, neglected and emotionally troubled children and their families. With professional expertise and a dedication to giving every child a second chance, Canyon Acres has brought new hope to children who have been emotionally traumatized and require both physical protection and mental health treatment. Founded in 1980, on a ranch in Anaheim Hills, Canyon Acres has grown to become a leader in the treatment of child abuse, providing dedicated, quality services to thousands of abused and neglected children and their families.

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