Strategic Mobility Group, LLC: “Be The Good” 2018 Initiative

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SMG3 Looks To Better Surrounding Community Following Annual Coat Drive

SMG3's Annual Coat Drive

"Our employees are aware of the important role they play in spreading the warmth through winter donations, and always look forward to contributing during SMG3’s charity drive"

Strategic Mobility Group, LLC (SMG3) has completed its annual coat drive aimed at distributing warm clothes to children and those in need during the harsh winter months. SMG3 received over 40 new and lightly used coats in 2018 from employees and outside contributors. The coats were dropped off by company president and CEO Nancy Gorski to a local shelter in Palatine, Illinois.

“A warm winter coat is a necessity that everyone should have. Our employees are aware of the important role they play in spreading the warmth through winter donations, and always look forward to contributing during SMG3’s charity drive,” stated Gorski.

Last holiday season, SMG3 donated more than 500 pieces of winter accessories including hats, gloves, and scarves.

Nico Genet, The Barcoding Expert and Co-Founder of SMG3 believes that upholding the company mantra “Be The Good” enriches the lives of SMG3 employees.

Genet stated, “At SMG3, our employees take pride in being more than a valued added reseller (VAR) selling mobile computing solutions. We embrace the opportunity to provide real value to real people through philanthropy.”

Genet continued, “Our goal is to constantly fulfill SMG3’s “Be The Good” mission in everything we do, and we will push to emphasize the importance of giving back as the company continues to grow.”

In previous years SMG3 has also contributed to Toys for Tots, Wounded Warriors, PADS, Children’s Memorial, and Medical Ministry International, among other inspiring organizations.

Gorski concluded, “We are looking forward to starting our next charitable drive in 2018 with the entire SMG3 family.”

All contributions were greatly appreciated!

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