Ambir Technology and the Chicago Wolves Take a Shot at Eliminating Pediatric Cancer

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Elmhurst company will partner with the Wolves to benefit Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

This hockey season Ambir Technology, a leader in digital capture solutions, will sponsor the Chicago Wolves Score for Charity program. Ambir will draft star forward Tim Miller, who will be scoring goals for the Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation. Ambir is proud to partner with the Wolves to help Bear Necessities inspire hope and provide help for those touched by pediatric cancer.

“This is Ambir’s inaugural charity sponsorship, and we couldn’t be more proud to partner with the Wolves and Bear Necessities to support the fight against pediatric cancer,” said Ambir CEO Mike O’Leary. “We’re confident Tim will have an outstanding season, and together we’ll raise a fortune for Bear Necessities.”

“We are thrilled to have Ambir Technology partner with the Score for Charity Program,” said Wolves President of Business Operations, Mike Gordon. “Their involvement directly reflects a commitment and desire to make an impact on the Chicagoland community.”

The Score for Charity program, in its 14th season, allows sponsors to align themselves with their favorite players and make performance-based donations to their designated charity. Ambir Technology will donate $100 for every goal Miller scores during regular-season and playoff games. Last season, Miller scored 21 goals with 19 assists in 75 games.

About Ambir Technology:
Ambir Technology Inc., is an industry leader in digital capture and document management solutions. Combining professional grade ID card and document scanners, unique digital imaging software and expert customer service, Ambir provides their customers with comprehensive, enterprise-level business solutions. Specializing in the healthcare, legal and financial sectors, Ambir helps organizations reduce costs, increase productivity and strengthen data security. For more information, visit http://www.ambir.com.

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