Smartcomm Donates to Junior Achievement of Arizona

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Smartcomm, LLC, a company that identifies opportunities in the mobile broadband and wireless industries, made a donation to Junior Achievement of Arizona during a recent bowl-a-thon fundraiser.

Smartcomm CEO, Carole Downs

It's imperative to understand the importance of research and the ability to make sound decisions...

Smartcomm strongly believes in the importance of information and education. In a world of global communications and innovation, it’s imperative to understand the importance of research and the ability to make sound decisions that can impact your finances. Learning the concept of business and finance at a young age can make a huge impact on the next generation of children who can influence our future.

Since 1957, Junior Achievement of Arizona has educated K-12 students about entrepreneurship, work willingness, and financial literacy. Its mission is to “inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.”

Smartcomm CEO Carole Downs recently donated $900 in a bowl-a-thon fundraiser to support educational programs for children in Arizona. The amount of money donated helped supports 25 children in the Junior Achievement Program for an entire year.

Smartcomm and its staff believes in education and the ability to stay informed and keep its clients informed of the latest developments in the mobile broadband industry, and encourages other businesses to do the same for their clients.

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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