Seattle, WA (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
This week, 180 Consulting, in partnership with Orthopedic Physician Associates (OPA), donated over $5,000 to Heartbeat.
OPA recently engaged 180 Consulting to help renegotiate their printing services. Not only was 180 Consulting able to save them over $200,000 in their copier and printing expenses over the next five years, but they also took a portion of their consulting proceeds and shared it with Heartbeat.
“At 180 Consulting, we think it’s important to give back to the community and like to align ourselves with causes that are important to our clients. I was fortunate enough to be teamed up with a wounded warrior at OPA’s golf event last year. That experience left no doubt in my mind that 180 Consulting needed to support this cause. As a small business, $5,000 is meaningful to us and we hope we can continue to build on it,” said Joel McQuade, principal, 180 Consulting.
OPA has been a long-time supporter of Heartbeat, which provides emergency assistance, morale- building, and innovative therapeutic services for wounded warriors and their families.
Orthopedic Physician Associates is Seattle’s premier provider of orthopedic medical services. OPA physicians are board certified in Orthopedics and each has advanced subspecialty Fellowship training in Sports, Joints, Foot & Ankle, Spine or Trauma. OPA physicians are known regionally and throughout the world as leaders in their fields. They lecture frequently, train others, and develop new surgical techniques and many of the breakthrough hardware used in today’s surgery. OPA physicians are the team physicians for many of the area's professional sports teams, including the Seattle Mariners, the Seattle Seahawks, Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Seattle Storm and dozens of collegiate and recreational leagues throughout the greater Seattle area. For more information, visit http://www.opaortho.com/.
About 180 Consulting
180 Consulting focuses on helping organizations eliminate wasteful spending on IT. 180 Consulting guides their clients through an optimization process that leads to meaningful improvements to their document/print technology and services infrastructure that ultimately leads to a reduction in costs. For more information, visit http://www.180-consulting.com/.
About Heartbeat—Serving Wounded Warriors
Heartbeat—Serving Wounded Warriors provides emergency assistance, therapeutic services, support groups, and morale-building programs for wounded service members and their families in Washington State. They offer their programs to wounded and injured service members from all branches of the military: Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy. To get involved and learn more, visit http://www.heartbeatforwarriors.org.