All event proceeds will be distributed to the non-profit’s numerous local programs used by over 25,000 youths in San Diego and surrounding areas.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 23, 2012
Mendtronix, Inc. (MTI) a leader in AV repair and logistics services, and its sister company, Projector Doctor, announced today their partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego’s (BGCGSD) fourth annual Rhythm & Vine event. All event proceeds will be distributed to the non-profit’s numerous local programs used by over 25,000 youths in San Diego and surrounding areas.
As part of its continued partnership with the BGCGSD, MTI also announced its $7,500 donation to the event. The event expects to collect more than $85,000 total this year in proceeds and donations. Since the inception of the San Diego Rhythm & Vine event, more than $220,000 has been raised for BGCGSD.
“It’s a wonderful feeling knowing that we can give back to such an important organization. We recognize that today’s youths are tomorrow’s leaders and champion the efforts made by the Boys & Girls Clubs both locally as well as nationally,” said Steve Storr, CEO of Mendtronix, Inc. and Projector Doctor.
"We appreciate Mendtronix's dedication to helping us continue our mission of changing the lives of youth throughout San Diego County and we look forward to their continued support," stated BGCGSD Vice President of Development Michelle Malin.
Projector Doctor and its parent company, Mendtronix, Inc., have been long-standing contributors to the San Diego community. This will be the company’s fourth consecutive year providing support for BGCGSD’s Rhythm & Vine Event. Founded in 1998, Projector Doctor has seen consistent growth year over year, and is projected to sustain its growth trajectory well into 2013 and beyond. It is the company’s continued success, coupled with its dedication to progress within the community, which enables partnerships such as with the Rhythm and Vine to come to fruition.
The 4th Annual Rhythm & Vine will be held Sunday, June 10 at the Broadway Pier, located in downtown San Diego. Showcasing over 60 world-class wineries, spirits, and breweries, and 35 of the city’s best restaurants and foods, the event is expected to bring more than 1,000 attendees. Events of the night include live musical performances by Crossroads, an exclusive VIP event and after-party, and a wine and lifestyle silent auction.
Mendtronix, Inc.(MTI) is the premier AV repair and logistics services company. MTI’s customer base includes Fortune 500 corporations, national manufacturers, global contract manufacturers, resellers, logistics professionals, and large end-users. As a leader in quality repair, refurbishment, and after-market operations, MTI has solidified its position as the turnkey solution for the complete electronics lifecycle. With a proven track record for scaling quickly and efficiently into new product markets, MTI has built the infrastructure to service a wide range of vertical industries. The company’s wide array of customizable services reduces operating costs, minimize waste, and optimize the longevity of the electronic product lifecycle. For more information, please visit http://www.mendtronix.com or call Todd Savitt, VP Business Development, at (858) 375-4874.
About Projector Doctor:
Projector Doctor, Mendtronix’s sister company, was incepted in 1998 and has become the leader in national projector and AV services and logistics. With bicoastal locations, the company provides customers with the fastest turnaround times in the industry. Projector Doctor is the authorized service center (ASC) for all top electronics brands and has one of the largest inventories of replacement projector lamps and bulbs in the nation. From large Fortune 500 businesses, to government facilities, schools and houses of worship, to large end users such as Regal Entertainment, National CineMedia and AMC Theaters, Projector Doctor’s high-touch services support the full spectrum of today’s AV user needs.
About the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego (BGCGSD):
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego changes lives through quality youth programs and guidance in a safe, affordable and fun environment. The Clubs serve kids ages 5- to 18-years old with its academic achievement, character development and physical fitness programs at 17 community-based sites countywide, making a difference in the lives of San Diego’s future leaders – today’s youth. For a site serving your community, or to make a donation, please visit sdyouth.org or call 1-866-SDYOUTH (1.866.739.6884).