Successful Local Business Joins in the Haiti Relief Effort

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Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Helps in Haiti Earthquake Relief Effort.

HCI | integrated solutions has donated $1,000 to the Salvation Army’s Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund.

HCI is giving this donation to the Fairfax chapter of the Salvation Army, which has earmarked these funds, along with other donations from many sources, to help provide food, supplies, and shelter to the thousands of people affected by the Haiti Earthquake in January of this year.

Recently recognized as one of the fastest growing small businesses in 2008 and 2009 by Washington Technology’s Fast Fifty list of Government Contractors, the company has decided to give a portion of its growing success back to those in need. It is the hope of HCI | integrated solutions that their donation combined with the other aid flowing into Haiti will help provide support for the much needed relief effort.

“HCI is pleased to be able to provide assistance to the people of Haiti during their time of need and grief,” says Peter Judd, VP of Business development for HCI, “and we are fortunate to be in a position to assist the Salvation Army.”

About HCI

Established in 1995, Hurricane Consulting, Inc; doing business as HCI | integrated solutions, is a registered Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). HCI has over 23 locations worldwide, providing total life cycle logistics systems and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) support, information technology services, and training and instructions services. HCI combines extensive qualifications with numerous years of experience to create results.


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