Smartcomm Donates to American Red Cross with the Help of AccuPay

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Smartcomm, LLC, a company that identifies opportunities in the mobile broadband and wireless industries, recently donated $3,460 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.

Smartcomm is a small business with fewer than 30 employees. When news hit that tornadoes had ripped through Joplin, MO and its surrounding areas, it was evident that Smartcomm employees were concerned. Being physically far from the damage, one employee suggested that the staff make a monetary donation, if possible, to help all the tornado victims.

Smartcomm’s payroll and employee benefits manager, Stephanie Lewis, did some research on how a donation could be made directly through an employee’s paycheck, as is done with medical or 401K deductions. With the help of Scottsdale-based AccuPay, LLC, Stephanie was able to easily deduct the desired amount from each employee's paycheck that he or she wished to donate.

In a joint effort, Smartcomm CEO Carole Downs and Smartcomm President Pendleton Waugh agreed to match all donations made by employees for this cause. With their help, and Accupay’s hassle free system, a total of $3,460 was raised and sent to the American Red Cross. In times of crisis, every dollar counts, and Smartcomm hopes that other companies, large and small, will look into helping those in need via a similar method that is simple and convenient.    

About Smartcomm LLC
Phoenix-based Smartcomm, LLC provides consulting services and investment opportunities in the wireless communications industry to both individual and institutional investors. The company specializes in opportunities to acquire 700 MHz, 800 MHz and 1.9 GHz band spectrum through the filing of license applications, participation in FCC public auctions or acquisitions in the secondary market. For more information, go to http://www.smartcommllc.com.

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