January 09, 2015
Scottsdale, AZ – GPS Insight, a top technology provider of GPS vehicle and asset tracking for commercial fleets, announced today that of its $123,400 in donations for 2014, the company gifted over $86,000 during the holiday season to local and national charities and not-for-profits of their customers’ and employees’ choosing.
GPS Insight customers voiced which charity meant the most to them through GPS Insight’s various social media pages. The fleet tracking company had a goal to donate $100,000 for the year, and because of the overwhelming response, they exceeded their goal for a yearly total of $123,400. Every customer that participated had a minimum of $500 and up to $2,000 donated to the charity requested. A few of these 75 charities in 2014 included Wounded Warrior Project, Boys and Girls Club, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Teach for America, Susan G. Komen, and ASPCA.
See the charities GPS Insight donated to: http://bit.ly/14oOtjZ
Rob Donat, Founder & CEO of GPS Insight stated, “The holidays are all about giving back, and GPS Insight is fortunate enough to be in a position to do so. We are proud to have been able to donate to these wonderful charities and want to thank our customers, vendors, partners, and employees for their participation.”
About GPS Insight:
GPS Insight is a top technology provider of GPS fleet tracking software for businesses with mobile assets. Using the GPS Insight Fleet & Asset Tracking Solution, companies realize a significant increase in efficiency and gain insight into all aspects of their fleet operations. Businesses work with GPS Insight to solve their unique fleet challenges through increased revenue, reduced costs, and reduced risk. GPS Insight provides highly flexible solutions, which include a wide range of customized reports, alerts, and other innovative features that can be tailored to meet specific customer requirements and ensure maximum return on investment.
Marketing Director at GPS Insight
7201 E. Henkel Way, Suite 400
Scottsdale, AZ 85255