July 1, 2009
-- Reliable Technologies is proud and happy to sponsor an evening of fun for 10 special “little” brothers and sisters belonging to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Manchester organization. The children and their “bigs” will be attending a Fisher Cats ball game at MerchantsAuto.com stadium on Sunday July 5’th with employees & family members of Reliable Technologies. The Fisher Cats will be playing the Portland Sea Dogs at 6:35pm.
“We feel that even in these trying times it’s still important to give back to the community that has helped us become a successful business.” stated Wayne Justason, President. Reliable Technologies purchased the tickets & suite from the Merchants Automotive Group in Hooksett, who has been a customer of Reliable Technologies since 1995.
The event is being coordinated by Pam Morin, VP of Marketing for Reliable Technologies and Valerie Bayko, office manager of BBBS Manchester. Both will be in attendance at the ball game, along with President of Reliable Technologies Wayne Justason, and owner Michael Lambert.
BBBS Manchester is looking for MENtors. What would the world be like if every boy who needed a mentor had one? Someone to have fun with and ask questions of – someone to help them grow up to be a man? Right now BBBS Manchester needs more male mentors to help achieve this goal, and you can help! You don’t have to change your life to impact a young man’s. Just a few hours a month can have a powerful impact. Volunteer now to become a Big Brother, or tell man you know how much he is needed. You can also donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters, www.bbbsmanchester.org.
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About Reliable Technologies:
Reliable Technologies has helped the community reduce costs, increase efficiency, and increase environmental sustainability through Managed Print Services including software, supplies and service since 1991 on over 15,000 printers. They have funded a research report about administration, IT and asset management to help the other organizations understand their costs and environmental impact and how to reduce them. For your copy of the free report, please call 800-346-7890.