Technology company aims to feed the hungry and help the less fortunate

Smart City Networks, the country´s telecommunications and event technology provider for the hospitality and convention industry, set off on a nationwide Week of Service initiative to give back to the communities surrounding all 39 of its partner facilities, the company said.

During this Week of Service, Smart City team members from around the nation volunteered to assist local charity organizations. Each organization was thoughtfully selected by the local Smart City team to provide the greatest impact possible to those in need.

In early November, teams in Orlando, Tampa, and Miami Beach joined cleanup crews on a mission to Keep Florida Beautiful with their local affiliates. Smart City teams in Los Angeles, Anaheim, and Long Beach assisted We Give Thanks with preparing a Thanksgiving Day feast for the homeless and less fortunate in Southern California. Other organizations chosen across the country include Ronald McDonald House, Salvation Army, Rescue Mission, Toyful Joyful, and many more.

The majority of the work was completed during the Week of Service, November 13-19th. However, teams started projects in October and will continue their charitable efforts through the end of November.

Smart City Networks, the industry provider of event telecommunications and technology, designs, installs and maintains data, voice, electrical and utility platforms, coupled with voice, video, data network engineering, security, and monitoring. With over 39 convention and meeting facilities across the US in their portfolio, Smart City annually supports over 3,000 conventions and meetings, accounting for over 17 million square feet of exhibit space. For more information, visit www.smartcitynetworks.com.