SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Check City partnered with Cell Phones for Soldiers, ABC4, and iHeartMedia to collect enough devices to provide thousands of minutes of talk time for our military in their third annual Cell Phones for Soldiers charity drive. Check City placed donation boxes in 30 Utah storefronts and collected cell phones and other devices for the non-profit organization.
Cell Phones for Soldiers gives 3,000 calling cards each week to bases around the world along with care package programs, deployment ceremonies and VA hospitals.
“Each year we have been humbled by the number of people and organizations like Check City that take the initiative to support our military members,” said co-founder Robbie Bergquist. “The communication gap between those serving and their families is a crucial need that Cell Phones for Soldiers is committed to addressing for years to come.”
Check City President and CEO Tracy Rawle said, “We are very proud of the support offered by the public and our customers in order to make this cell phone drive successful. Check City is committed to supporting our military personnel serving in all branches. Our goal is to continue this program in order to make a positive impact in the lives of our military members and their families.”
Check City employees are cheerfully involved in community outreach and are exceptionally supportive of the company’s numerous charity events and fundraisers it sponsors throughout the year. Check City is proud to take part in programs that support military families.
About Check City
Check City has built a reputation for providing top-notch services at a competitive price. The company takes care of its customers and employees; this is the Check City difference. Giving back to the community is also important to Check City, and a big part of who they are. Check City helps you grow, by helping the community grow. To learn more visit www.checkcity.com, or call (866)258-4672.