LAN Systems Winner in 2013 Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Award

Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Award for Recycle NowJune 17, 2013, Norcross GA – Today, LAN Systems, a leading IT Service Provider, was named by Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful as a 2013 Great American Cleanup: Recycle Now Award Winner. 

This prestigious award recognizes a recycling project that is an outstanding example of how major impacts can happen when committed companies and individuals unite to create positive change in an area.

 More than 2,500 people participated in this year’s event Great American Cleanup to make Gwinnett greener, cleaner and more beautiful.  The award includes a $500 prize that LAN Systems has donated to the Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett to help support their mission.

 “As engineers and technicians, we care deeply about the environment and do whatever we can to reduce our IT carbon footprint,” said Mary Hester, LAN Systems CEO. “Our eRecycling events have collected tons of eWaste over the years.  This year we are so proud to be a Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Award Winner and will use the prize money to support Good Sam.”

 About the Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful

For more than 30 years, Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful has inspired the caretakers of our future by building strategic alliances. GCB works together with citizens, businesses, civic organizations and government to motivate everyone to roll up their sleeves and produce real results on the ground, where it counts. For more information, visit: http://www.gwinnettcb.org

About Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett

Dedicated to caring for the uninsured and underinsured working poor in our community, it is the aim of Good Samaritan Gwinnett to not only meet physical needs but to also address the spiritual needs of our patients through prayer and biblical counseling. We serve the community by helping to eliminate health disparities for uninsured and underinsured populations, and our programs help to reduce the cost of indigent care on the public health care delivery system.  You can learn more at: http://goodsamgwinnett.org/