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Upstate Homeless Coalition of South Carolina receives charitable donation.
Greenville, SC (PRWEB) March 15, 2013
As part of a recent company-wide sales contest, each of LocalEdge’s sixteen sales teams was challenged to “compete” for a charity of their choice, with their winnings to be donated to the charitable organization on behalf of the company. LocalEdge’s Greenville team chose to donate to the Upstate Homeless Coalition of South Carolina. UHCSC is a private, non-profit organization that is dedicated to ending homelessness through programming, advocacy and building safe and affordable housing. LocalEdge presented UHCSC with a $2000 check that will assist the organization in working with families and individuals to become self-sufficient while providing transitional and permanent housing. Our gift was presented to Board Chairman Jack Read. According to Read, the organization is humbled and gratified by our donation. LocalEdge is proud to support UHCSC as they work to eliminate homelessness.
LocalEdge is a premier multi-media company leading the transition to web-based advertising for any size business. The organization has been in business for over 40 years and services customers nationwide.
Through the development of proprietary technology and partnerships with major search engines, social network sites and other leading tech-focused companies, LocalEdge offers a full line of digital marketing products that help its customers and business partners reach and interact with today's consumer.
Through a single-sign-on customer dashboard, LocalEdge enables customers to access digital products and proof-of-performance reporting within Internet marketing campaigns. Management tools allow the customer to preview, update and customize content as well as review and monitor analytics.
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