Providence, RI, January 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Elite Consulting’ President, Bryan Powlen, an alumnus of Brown University, has returned to his alma mater as a volunteer coach. Powlen will continue to volunteer as a coach of the Special Olympic Track and Field team.
Elite Consulting is a sales and marketing firm located in Providence, RI. The company recently opened its doors and plans to quickly expand beyond the Providence region. Elite Consulting specializes in client acquisition and retention for Fortune 500 corporations. These national service providers contract with Elite Consulting so that Elite can represent their brand name to new and existing account holders, providing each account holder with the one on one attention needed.
Powlen is a graduate from Brown with a degree in Chemistry. During his time at the university, Powlen was a NCAA athlete and captain of the track and field team with a specialty in discus.
Special Olympics is a global movement of people creating a new world of inclusion and community, where every single person is accepted and welcomed, regardless of ability or disability. We are helping to make the world a better, healthier and more joyful place -- one athlete, one volunteer, one family member at a time.
“I have always enjoyed giving back to the community and with my knowledge and experience with the sport, I knew I could make an even bigger impact. With the team at Elite Consulting, I am excited to continue making a difference in the community. Although we do not contract with any non-profit companies, I think it is important to make sure we don’t lose site of the importance of giving back,” explains Powlen.
Elite Consulting has already shown this culture of giving back. In their first month in business, on their free time, the company has already raised $1000 for Operation Smile and volunteered to raise $1300 for Adopt A Family. The company expects to double in size by the first half of 2012 and expand to multiple locations by year’s end.