Storytelling Arts of Indiana Launches New Website

Storytelling Arts of Indiana Launches New Website

Indianapolis nonprofit Storytelling Arts of Indiana has launched a newly designed website for their organization. The site was developed by Roundpeg and can be viewed at http://www.storytellingarts.org/ Storytelling Arts of Indiana was incorporated in 1987 as Stories, Inc. by three passionate individuals, Nancy Barton, Ellen Munds and Bob Sander. The first event, the Hoosier Storytelling Festival took place on the grounds of Conner Prairie in August 1988.  With the help of many community members, the organization has grown to offer over 140 events per year. The new website possesses multiple features: Event calendars and ticket information Volunteer opportunity listings Storyteller bios and contact information   About Storytelling Arts of Indiana: Storytelling Arts of Indiana is a non-profit that promotes the art of storytelling by creating opportunities in Indiana for diverse audiences of all ages to listen and share stories and by showcasing tellers who entertain and inspire. From local favorites to nationally-recognized names, Storytelling Arts has brought tellers from all walks of life to Hoosier audiences for over 25 years.   Contact Information 450 W. Ohio St Indianapolis, IN 46202 317-576-9848   – See more at websites designed by Roundpeg here: http://www.roundpeg.biz/web-samples/   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Lorraine Ball 317.569.1396...
Midwest Telephone Introduces New Website

Midwest Telephone Introduces New Website

Indianapolis telecommunications company Midwest Telephone has introduced a newly designed website for their business operations. The website was developed by Roundpeg and can be viewed at http://www.midwesttelephone.com/ Operating one of the state’s largest warehouses of used telephone equipment, Midwest Telephone specializes in data and phone system installation, repair, cabling and more. The newly launched site includes multiple features: Access to user manual and resource downloads Used equipment sale forms An informative telecommunications news blog Financing options and products and service guides   About Midwest Telephone: Midwest Telephone is Indianapolis’ business phone systems specialist. The company works with businesses of all sizes to keep them in communication with their customers with new and refurbished phone equipment, phone repair, Overhead Paging, Hosted Phone Service, customized message on hold, Voice and Data Cabling and more.   Contact: 8172 Zionsville Road Indianapolis, IN 46268 (317) 472-4241 See more at websites designed by Roundpeg...

Latino Community Development Needs Help to Reach Holiday Goal

The Latino Community Development, Corp (LCD) is $15,000 short of their holiday goal to supply up to 1,000 families with Christmas presents and health care services at their ‘Santa Comes to Town’ event on December 19th. The ‘Santa Comes to Town’ event is located at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Saturday, December 19 and helps less fortunate Latinos transition into the local Indianapolis community. Each participating family receives a turkey, personal care items, a small kitchen appliance and gifts for the children for the holidays. This event also includes a Holiday Health Fair where participates are given health-related services such as dental & health screenings, education, brochures and more. With the event fast approaching, The Latino Community Development team is looking for help to make this event a success. “We are looking for help in any way possible, whether it is by donation, sponsorship or volunteering,” LCD Executive Director Jenny Lauck said. “We are about $15,000 short of our initial goal, so we are asking anyone who can help, to help. We also need 400 people for both Friday, December 18 and Saturday, December 19 to help make this operation run as smoothly as possible. This event not only provides children with toys, but it also helps families to get medical care they need and cannot afford on their own.” After fundraising $3,600 at Impact Networking’s Technology Showcase last month, LCD Board Member and Impact Partner and General Manager, Chris Zvirbulis, has gotten the company even more involved. “Our Human Resources team has made contributing to LCD easy. Employees at Impact have been donating portions of their paycheck, as...
Crown Services, Inc. Launches New Website

Crown Services, Inc. Launches New Website

Crown Services, Inc., staffing and recruiting firm serving the greater Midwest, has launched a new website. The new website was designed by Roundpeg and can be viewed at http://crownservices.com With over 40 offices in 12 states, Crown Services has a nearly 50 year history of matching skilled job-seekers with employers in the industrial, clerical & administrative, warehouse & distribution, and healthcare sectors. The newly designed site contains multiple features: Job Seekers’ Search Portal Regional Office Location Finder Informational blog for job seekers and employers   About Crown Services, Inc.: Crown Services, Inc., is a recruiting firm headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, with 41 offices across the United States. They provide exceptional recruitment and hiring services to companies in the industrial, medical, professional and logistics industries, and also help place job seekers into open positions for temporary, temp-to-hire and direct placement work. Contact Information 2800 Corporate Exchange Dr Suite 120 Columbus, Ohio 43231 Phone: 614-844-5429 See more at websites designed by Roundpeg...

IMPACT NETWORKING RAISES $4,500 FOR LATINO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT EVENT

The Impact Networking Indianapolis branch found an innovative way to use their annual Technology Showcase to benefit their community this year. They incorporated a Silent Auction into the event, which raised $4,500 for one of their charitable organizations, the Latino Community Development Center (LCD). The donations will go towards the LCD’s annual Santa Comes to Town event which provides medical tests, dental screenings, toys, giveaways and other activities for families in need in the Indianapolis community. Some of the Silent Auction packages included a trip for two with airfare to Costa Rica; an official NFL football signed by Andrew Luck, an NFL quarterback fro the Indianapolis Colts; a two-night stay at the Blue Chip Casino with a spa package and steak dinner included, and more. Each Silent Auction item was raised and donated by Impact Networking employees, clients and vendors. ‘I am incredibly happy with the news of how much we raised for Santa Comes to Town,” Impact General Manager and Partner, Chris Zvirbulis said. “We were able to raise money and awareness about the event and the organization.” Impact Networking hosts multiple technology showcases throughout the year to bring out local business owners to experience Impact Networking’s latest technology, as well as introduce them to the company and services as a whole. Impact Networking continues to collect donations for the event and will have volunteers at Santa Comes to Town event on December 19th. For more information on how you can donate, visit the Latino Community Development website at http://latinoindiana.org, or call the office at (317) 258-3937. About Impact Networking Impact is a fierce competitor in the Business...

IMPACT NETWORKING, LLC ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH PRINTRELEAF

New Software leverages connected technology to certifiably releaf forest consumption INDIANAPOLIS, IN – November 23, 2015– Impact Networking, the largest independent provider of document solutions and technology, has become an authorized channel partner of the PrintReleaf Exchange [PRX], the first technology platform to enable cloud-based forest product (e.g., paper) tracking and reforestation. This strategic partnership allows the company to provide its customers with an innovative and authentic way to promote sustainable business practices and reduce the environmental impacts that can result from the use of forest products, such as printing. PRX measures paper consumption through a patent-pending aggregation process that uses the automatic transmission of device and fleet data collected by print management software on imaging devices. This allows end users to help neutralize paper waste, improve efficiency and certifiably participate in sustaining our global forests. With PRX, customers “releaf,” or reforest, their paper consumption by planting new trees – equivalent to their paper use – at global reforestation project sites of their choice. Through PrintReleaf’s integration with Global Forest Watch, a platform hosted by the World Resources Institute, customer’s interface with heat map technology that represents forest loss and gain across the globe, showing them which areas the planet needs trees most. PrintReleaf reforests at a generally accepted rate of 8,333 sheets of paper per tree (this equation is detailed in PrintReleaf’s global standard for sustainability). After selecting where they want their paper releafed, customers can use their online portal to track the evolution, growth, and survival of their trees over an approximate eight-year time frame for each tree. “This partnership is going to make it easier for our...