Norcross, Georgia – July 6, 2010 – Today, LAN Systems, a leading Atlanta IT Consulting company, announced that CEO Mary Hester was presented the Gwinnett Braves 10th Man Award for her service to Rainbow Village. The 10th Man is an award to honor community leaders, local heroes, outstanding volunteers and dedicated employees who “Best Embody the Spirit of Gwinnett.”.
Mary and the staff at LAN Systems volunteer their time and talents to help Rainbow Village in their service to the community. Rainbow Village is a transitional housing program for homeless families with children. All school aged children in the Rainbow Village community attend the After School Program which provides academic and emotional support to the children.
“The Gwinnett Braves 10th Man Award is quite an honor,” said Mary Hester, LAN Systems Chairman and CEO. “Working with Rainbow Village has been an inspiration to me. And raising the Gwinnett Braves flag before the game was very cool.”
About Rainbow Village
Rainbow Village is a transitional housing program for homeless families with children in Gwinnett County Georgia. Since 1991, over 200 families with over 500 children have completed the one- to two-year program. In Rainbow Village’s 18 years of existence, more than 90% of its “graduates” have permanently broken cycles of homelessness, poverty and domestic violence.
For more information about Rainbow Village, visit them at www.rainbowvillage.org.
About LAN Systems
LAN Systems is a leading Atlanta IT Consulting company that provides people-focused IT solutions. As technology experts, LAN Systems helps companies make the most of their existing IT investment and choose the right solutions to fuel growth. LAN Systems is a leading provider of IT Solutions for growing businesses in the Metro Atlanta.
For more information, visit LAN Systems at lansystems.com.
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