Three Bucks County service providers — Libertas Consulting, Low Voltage Nation and the BucksMont Chamber of Commerce — are uniting to give a jolt to a business or group needing tech help, reports Ilena DiToro for the Warminster Patch.
The consortium will award a free internet and technology overhaul, valued at up to $50,000, to the entity presenting the most compelling case for it.
This is the second year the offer available.
Last year, historic Craven Hall, the former home of steamboat inventor John Fitch, won. All equipment, services, installation, hardware and implementation were generously donated to keep Craven Hall chugging along online.
“The goal is to donate our services to a local organization or business that will use this gift to continue to build their community and share with others,” said Ray Cline, president, Libertas Consulting
“Since we had a good experience helping Craven Hall, we decided to help out a another local business that would benefit from a technology overhaul.” Cline continued. “It is our way of giving back to the community to help a business recover from the global pandemic.”
Nominations are online, due by April 30.
More information on the offer is available at the Warminster Patch.