Rockville, MD, April 24, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The Snoozester team is shocked and saddened by the tragedy that struck the Virginia Tech community on April 16, 2007. Their collective heart goes out to all who lost loved ones, or were otherwise affected by this horrific incident.
As classes resume on Monday, April 23, 2007, we should remember that, even though this tragedy is still fresh in the minds of many, life at Virginia Tech must go on. Others have responded by offering counseling, support and donations to the affected. In that spirit, they are offering their wake up and reminder call service free to the Virginia Tech community through the end of the Fall 2007 semester.
Members of the Virginia Tech community can participate by visiting the following website and signing up between now and May 20, 2007:
About the Snoozester Wake Up Call Service
The Snoozester Wake Up Call Service allows customers to schedule wake up calls online and receive them on their phones. The service, originally launched in August, 2006, was recently expanded to include reminder calls. The service is popular among university students, as it offers a reliable method of waking up on time for class and remembering exams and assignment due dates.
Snoozester is a privately-held technology firm and a leading provider of wake up calls and notification services. Founded in January 2005, Snoozester is dedicated to building an advanced scheduling and notifications platform that will revolutionize the way individuals and organizations manage their schedules and send and receive appointment related communications.
At present, Snoozester offers wake up call and reminder call services for individuals, a corporate wake up call service and other customized scheduling and notifications solutions for businesses.
For more information, please visit: http://Snoozester.com
Contact: Neville A. Mehra, President & CEO, Snoozester, 202.517.1602 x 8000, email@example.com