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New York, NY, June 21, 2012 – Labrador Technology (www.labradortech.com) is proud to announce that the company has raised $28,000 for the March of Dimes. The money raised will fund important research and programs that help babies begin healthy lives.

For the past four years, Labrador Technology employees have come together to coordinate fundraising events and participate in the March for Babies walk-a-thon. Tom Bradbury, Labrador’s CEO, started this event as a chance for the company to work together and give back to the community. “Each year our employee participation and fundraising events increase; it’s a fun way to join together as a group. Every year the team amazes me more with the level of dedication they have to making a difference for the March of Dimes,” said Tom.

You can also support March for Babies by making a donation here, www.marchofdimes.com/giving/support_marchforbabies.html. Your gift funds programs in your community that help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies. And it supports research to find answers to the problems that threaten our babies.

About Labrador Technology

Labrador Technology is an IT consulting firm that solves complex business issues for enterprise and mid-size organizations in the U.S. and around the world. Based in New York City, Labrador’s IT strategy consulting, technical design services and technology program management help solve the business, facility and technology needs of: retail, financial services, healthcare, education, and legal companies. In a fast-changing, hyper-competitive, global economy, Labrador guides the complex interdependencies of technology to simplify challenges, optimize changes, connect systems and processes, and free its clients to focus on their core business.

For more information about Labrador Technology or this particular news story, please contact the marketing team:
marketing@labradortech.com
646-380-2800
www.labradortech.com

 

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