AV & Presentation
AV Supplier To Donate Projectors to Schools
Audio visual product rentals and services provider Meeting Tomorrow Audio Visual has announced it's donating LCD projectors to deserving schools, based on an online voting drive.
Through March 31, anyone can vote online for the school they think deserves to receive a free LCD projector. One vote will be counted from each unique computer or IP address. A total of 10 projectors will be donated to schools in the United States.
"Presentation technologies have long allowed businesses to communicate more effectively and persuasively, but for too long these same technologies haven't been within reach of our nation's schools," said Mark Aistrope, Meeting Tomorrow president. "We are excited about the opportunity to contribute to the growth of technology in the classroom."
More information and voting instructions can be found here.
Scott Aronowitz is a freelance writer based in Las Vegas. He has covered the technology, advertising, and entertainment sectors for seven years. He can be reached here.