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Representing the 2012 Sacramento Hotel Association

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—In late September, the PSAV team in Northern California teamed up with the company’s hotel partners and local hospitality professionals to participate in the 2012 Sacramento Hotel Association Community Service Day.

PSAV Area Director Ross Gimpel and Event Technology Specialists Clay Brinkman, Manuel Herrera and Sabur Karim-Kincey showed up to the Hampton Park to clean and donate a sound system to the under-served community.

“We felt that it was important for PSAV to give back to the city that supports our businesses and our livelihoods,” said Gimpel. “It is imperative to take our service beyond our locations’ walls and out into the community. We had a fun time.”

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