We’re happy to support the Alliance for the Great Lakes in its efforts to conserve one of the world’s most valuable natural resources.
Chicago (PRWEB) June 21, 2016
Stratosphere Networks, a Chicago-based IT managed services provider, has announced it will be one of the sponsors of Taste of the Great Lakes 2016, an annual fundraiser to support the Alliance for the Great Lakes. The event will take place on Thursday, June 23 from 6-9 p.m. at the Columbia Yacht Club at 111 North Lake Shore Drive.
The lakefront party raises funds for the Alliance’s Great Lakes work. The environmental organization aims to conserve and restore the Great Lakes – the world’s largest freshwater resource – through education, policy and local efforts. Executives and local civic leaders who support the restoration of the Lakes are expected to attend.
“We’re happy to support the Alliance for the Great Lakes in its efforts to conserve one of the world’s most valuable natural resources,” said Steve Melchiorre, CEO of Stratosphere Networks. “At Stratosphere Networks, we feel it’s important to better our community not only by providing IT support and services but also by protecting the environment.”
Stratosphere Networks provides Chicago IT support in addition to serving businesses across all industries nationwide. Stratosphere focuses on delivering comprehensive services and solutions to meet the constantly evolving needs of its clients.
To learn more about Taste of the Great Lakes 2016, purchase tickets, and/or make a donation, visit the Alliance’s website.
About Stratosphere Networks
Stratosphere Networks is a Chicago-based multifaceted IT managed service provider focused on delivering comprehensive technology services and solutions to meet and exceed the always-changing, diverse business needs. Since 2003, Stratosphere Networks has grown exponentially and continues to provide the best-in-class and cost-effective solutions to businesses in all industries. Visit http://www.stratospherenetworks.com for more information.
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