Woodstock, Canada, December 14, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Execulink is once again proving their commitment to the community by raising over $5,000 towards men’s health, with their Movember fundraising campaign.
In addition to funds raised by Execulink employees (individually and as a team), the telecommunications provider hosted an online vote asking their customers to decide on the best employee moustache or “ExecuStache.” Execulink donated $1 for every vote that was cast. An internal competition also took place with a celebrity judge – Joan Stevens - choosing a winner. Execulink CEO Ian Stevens then made a donation, matching the funds raised by the winner.
“We have made a commitment to give back to our community, and this was a fun way of doing just that,” says Stevens, who also participated in this month-long commitment. “We are very excited about the success of this campaign – both the funds-raised and the awareness that was generated.”
Execulink plans to make their Movember campaign an annual event. For a full breakdown of how the money was raised, visit www.execulink.ca/movember-2013.
In operation since 1904, Execulink Telecom has evolved from a small independent local telephone company into one of the leading telecommunications providers in Ontario. Through innovation and forward-thinking, we cultivated our local telephony offerings to provide a full-scale suite of telecommunications services including data, internet, cable television, mobility and advanced voice features. These services are now available to all levels of industry, encompassing over 50,000 business, enterprise, government, and residential customers.