Headsets.com Teams Up With Non-Profits for Discounted OfficeRunner Wireless Telephone Headsets

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Headsets.com is now offering the new Sennheiser OfficeRunner wireless headset as part of its successful non-profit discount program.

Today’s economy has made a profound impact on businesses across the region, the state, and the country. Non-profit organizations find themselves fighting an uphill battle each day just to provide the resources necessary to continue their charitable work.

The latest ranking of the nation’s 400 largest charities show donations have dropped by 11 percent overall since last year, which is the worst decline in the 20 years since the Chronicle of Philanthropy has been keeping records. “It shows that charities are really having a tough time, and these are some of the most successful charities in the US,” states Stacy Palmer, Chronicle Editor.

CEO and President Mike Faith of Headsets.com has continued his tradition of helping non-profits. “We’ve been giving discounted wireless headsets to non-profit organizations for some years now,” explains Faith, “and with the successful launch of our OfficeRunner headset, we can now extend these discounts to groups who can really use a helping hand. http://www.headsets.com/headsets/company/nonprofit.html

The Sennheiser OfficeRunner http://www.headsets.com/wireless/system/brand/sennheiser/ lightweight headset connects to desk phones in 98 percent of offices, homes, and VolP phones with simple configuration. Most notably, the OfficeRunner allows users to talk on the phone from as far as 400 feet from their desks.

The Sennheiser cushioned speaker provides crystal clear sound and can be comfortably worn either by using the overhead style with a flexible metal headband or with the behind-the-ear loop. It features a 64-bit digital encryption to keep all calls secure. The headset weighs 0.78 ounces and lasts for 12 hours on a single two-hour charge from the modern, sleek black cube charging base.

Headsets.com’s successful discount program for non-profits, now offering the OfficeRunner wireless telephone headset from Sennheiser as the flagship product, has worked with the Children’s Cancer Association, Missions St. Joseph, Chinese Newcomers Service Center, International Association of Fire Chiefs, Berkeley Citizens, Community Action Partnership, Eureka Recycling and Muscular Dystrophy to name just a few.

As non-profits have to commonly make do with less, the OfficeRunner http://www.officerunner.com/ helps them to be more productive by allowing them to use one headset with their phone and computer thus eliminating the need or the confusion to use two separate headsets or continually having to switch back and forth. In a recent study by H.B. Maynard and Sons, wearing a cordless telephone headset in an office environment boosts productivity up to 43 percent.

Since the introduction of the OfficeRunner wireless telephone headset from Sennheiser in July 2010, the headset has become the best-selling wireless headset at Headsets.com. http://www.headsets.com/headsets/company/company.html

The OfficeRunner is also a great tool for all businesses, including non-profits, helping to provide excellent inter-office communication and using the convenience of wireless technology to help train customer service personnel, volunteers, and fundraisers.

About Headsets.com

Mike Faith, President and CEO of Headsets.com started the company in 1997 when he wanted to increase his productivity with a telephone headset. At the time there were no companies offering a wide selection of headsets, product knowledge, or support after the purchase, prompting Faith to fill the need.

Today the company has provided headsets to more than 500,000 customers. Their friendly award-winning headset specialists deliver world class customer service and focus on the needs of their clients. A free lifetime support guarantee accompanies every product. The company will replace any faulty unit without hesitation; just call or email, and a replacement will be sent out immediately. You will never have to wait for a repair. http://www.headsets.com/headsets/resources/product_support.html

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