October 26, 2017
Clover Imaging Group announced that it will be sponsoring The Cannata Report’s 32nd Annual Awards and Charities Dinner.
Yesterday, the global provider of imaging products, services and solutions revealed that it would be sponsoring the event, taking place on 2 November 2017 at The Madison Hotel, located in Morristown, New Jersey.
This Awards and Charities Dinner “showcases the winners of The Cannata Report’s Frank Awards”, determined by its annual dealer survey, and “honours excellence and leadership in the imaging, managed services and business technology industry” while simultaneously raising funds for a charitable cause.
This year the charity which will be in receipt of 100 percent of the proceeds raised is the Hackensack University Medical Centre’s John Theurer Cancer Centre. The funds will directly support “the specialists at the cancer centre developing new therapies” to address the disease and is the second year in a row this particular charitable cause has benefited from the Dinner.
So far, The Cannata Report has raised almost $2 million (€1.6 million) for charity.
“Our relationship with Clover Imaging Group has evolved into a partnership that extends beyond commerce in emphasizing our shared commitment to social responsibility,” CJ Cannata, EVP and Publisher, The Cannata Report said. “We are fortunate and extremely pleased to have Clover Imaging Group join us as a sponsor once again for the Cannata Dinner and applaud them for fostering a corporate culture that underscores charity and supports a talented team of thought leaders who are dedicated to giving back.”
Community involvement is a key priority for CIG. Worldwide, CIG’s facilities tailor their own philanthropic efforts to the communities where they live and work. Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Wounded Warriors, American Heart Association, Gigi’s Playhouse, and the Special Olympics are just some of the programs and organizations that CIG employees have chosen to support as a company.
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