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Monday, October 27, 2008

Heritage Web Solutions Helps Community Clean

This is the Picture of Provo, Utah , a community that is located in central Utah County and is frequently listed as one of the best places to live in the US. It is the hotbed of entrepreneurial businesses and has been in Forbes top 10 list for businesses for many years. It is also the home of Heritage Web Solutions Company which specializes in Designing and Hosting Affordable Websites for Small and Medium Size Businesses. Heritage Web Solutions provide the following services: logo design, animation, forum and bulletin board, java script log-in, flash development, ecommerce/shopping carts, PHP calendars, flash chat, galleries, audio download, custom cursor, security certificates, payment forms integration, database development, RSS Reader and Spam Filter. Heritage Web Solutions has been recognized by Inc. 500 as one of the fastest growing privately owned businesses in the United States for 2 consecutive years. With 225+ employees , Heritage Web Solutions has grown to a multi-million-dollar company in just 7 years ( November 1999) thus achieving a Top 1% of Hosting Companies as reported by WebHosting.Info. Heritage Web Solutions is proud to have Top Qualified Web Designers, Programmers and Technical Support who shared their expertise to the company and even have a common goal for their community. As shown below is just part of the area of Provo River Trail which the Heritage Web Solutions Company together with it's equally talented and committed employees gather to Keeping it's Community Clean on October 29,2008. Let us support their cause.Press Release:
Heritage Internet Technologies’ Good Works Committee is pleased to announce that we have teamed up with the Parks and Recreation department for the city of Provo, Utah in an effort to maintain the Moon River section of the Provo River Trail System.

The committee held their first cleanup event on September 24th 2008. We were pleased to see a large number of employees, as well as their families and friends, attend. Everyone was in good spirits, and had a great time as they dug in and brought this trail back to its original beauty.
The cleanup project included graffiti removal in the two tunnel portions of the trail section, vandalism repair, as well as litter and debris removal along the trail.

The HIT Good Works Committee conducts bi-weekly checks of the trail to ensure that it is being properly maintained. We will also be holding cleanup events once a month with our next event scheduled for October 29th 2008. We are looking forward to having as great of a turnout as we were able to have last month.
Heritage Internet Technologies has always been eager to find ways to give back to our surrounding community. We are very excited to join forces with the Provo City Parks and Recreation department to help maintain this beautiful trail system.

We would like to thank everyone involved in this cleanup project. We are proud to have such a generous group of employees, willing to dedicate their time to bettering our community.

1 comment:

  1. I love that HIT Web Design is involved in the community and actually doing physical labor. You dont find too many companies that are willing to get down and dirty. I likes this.


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