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Almo Gives Back to the Community at InfoComm 2021

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As part of our continued coverage of InfoComm 2021, AVNation talks with Almo. The manufacturer celebrates its 75th anniversary by giving back to charity.

As part of Almo’s 75th anniversary, the company started 75 Ways of Giving. This campaign donates money to 75 different charities nominated by their employees.

“It’s been a great experience learning about these organizations, some small. Last night, we had the privilege of delivering a check for $4,075 to the Michael Vergauwen Scholarship Fund for AVIXA,” said Melody Craigmyle, Vice President of Marketing at Almo.

The charitable contributions from Almo don’t end at InfoComm. After the convention, Almo will donate all of the furniture used for their booth to Habitat for Humanity in Orlando, FL.

Almo also discussed its upcoming hybrid event, E4, taking place in Dallas later this year. You can read our previous coverage of the announcement here. You can check out the full interview and more coverage of InfoComm 2021 on our website. 

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