By donating old phones, our employees and the community can help our troops make free calls to loved ones.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 09, 2012
As Veteran’s Day nears, RMI Management (RMI), a FirstService Residential Management company and Nevada’s largest community management company, wants to remind residents about its cell phone donation drive in partnership with Cell Phones for Soldiers. RMI has collected over 200 cell phones since the program began in July.
The public is encouraged to drop off gently-used cell phones, which will in turn be recycled. The proceeds from the recycled phones will be used to purchase calling cards for soldiers deployed overseas.
Gently-used, late model cell phones are preferred; however any type of cell phone from any carrier may be donated.
“We wanted to give people a way to recycle their old cell phones while at the same time helping the men and women who serve our country,” said Steven Parker, president of RMI Management. “By donating old phones, our employees and the community can help our troops make free calls to loved ones.”
Phones are being collected through the end of the year. Old cell phones can be dropped off at the following locations:
- 630 Trade Center Drive, Suite 100, Las Vegas
- 7951 Deer Springs Way, Suite 170, North Las Vegas
- 6170 Ridgeview Court, Suite C, Reno
About RMI Management, LLC
RMI Management is Nevada’s largest and most experienced full-service community association management firm. RMI employs more than 650 people statewide and manages hundreds of the most successful and recognizable communities and neighborhood associations, representing more than 95,000 homes. For more information, visit http://www.rmillc.com.
RMI Management is a subsidiary of FirstService Residential Management (FSR). FSR is the largest manager of residential communities in North America, overseeing more than 5,600 properties and over 1.3 million residential units.