Omaha, NE, March 29, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- LifeSpan Technology Recycling announced today that it will been recognized by the Omaha Chamber of Commerce with an Excellence in Business Award at the Chamber’s upcoming Omaha 25 Awards Luncheon. The award recognizes local Omaha companies with an operating history of at least five years, positive revenue and payroll growth over the last three years, and demonstrated excellence in business practices. LifeSpan was chosen because of its sales and payroll growth as well as its leadership in environmental stewardship and data privacy. Awards are presented in several categories and the recipients are selected from nominations of chamber members.
“We are delighted to be recognized by the Omaha Chamber of Commerce” stated LifeSpan President Dag Adamson. “Our operations in Omaha are a critical component of LifeSpan’s national network of electronics recycling facilities.”
“The Omaha 25 Awards recognize companies like LifeSpan that have demonstrated excellence in their business practices,” said David G. Brown, president and CEO of the Greater Omaha Chamber. “One of the things the Chamber enjoys most is acknowledging and celebrating the success of our members.”
The luncheon will take place on 11:45 AM on May 12, 2009 at the Holiday Inn Omaha Convention Center, 3321 S. 72nd Street. The Luncheon is sponsored by KETV and SMITH HAYES Financial Services Corporation. Tickets are $40 per person and $400 per table of ten for members and $80 per person and $800 per person per table of ten for nonmembers.
About LifeSpan Technology Recycling:
Founded in 2002, LifeSpan Technology Recycling (www.lifespanrecycling.com) is a managed services company that provides electronic asset retirement services to corporations, municipalities, and not-for profit organizations nationwide. Lifespan offers companies and organizations the flexibility of handling large quantities of equipment with a customized program. We also manage a full range of end-of-life information security issues for our clients. LifeSpan works exclusively with EPA-registered and regulation-compliant partners to maintain the highest standards of environmental protection and ethical business practices.
About the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce:
At nearly 3,600 members – and growing – the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce (http://www.omahachamber.org) represents two-thirds of the area’s workforce. We provide our members valuable business resources, experienced advocacy and a sizable return on investment. In economic development and public policy, the Chamber serves as a unified voice. In education, workforce development, networking and marketing, we offer more than 100 events and programs each year to grow a successful business and enrich a community.
Our mission – to increase business, investment and employment in Greater Omaha – extends beyond the city limits to the eight-county metropolitan area. It’s a commitment everyone at the Chamber takes very seriously because we believe Omaha is the best place to live, work and enjoy.