Continuum Presented with Go-Giver Award at HTG Peer Groups Meeting

Posted November 23, 2016by Ben Barker

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Continuum received the Go-Giver Award from HTG Peer Groups at HTG Q4 2016 Community Day on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Mark Connolly, Vice President of Sales at Continuum, received the award, which is given to the vendor company that best demonstrates corporate responsibility through service to the community.

Community Day was part of the HTG Q4 2016 Meeting that took place on Monday, October 31 – Friday, November 4, 2016 in Orlando. 

Arlin Sorensen, Founder and CEO of HTG Peer Groups, had this to say about presenting Continuum with the award.

“Continuum is a fantastic HTG partner and is aligned with our mission of touching all aspects of our members’ lives and work. We congratulate Continuum and are delighted to honor them with a Go-Giver Award for giving back to the community through its support of HTG and its work with the Continuum Veterans Foundation, providing financial support to charities that focus on helping veterans secure jobs in IT.”

During the meeting, Continuum and HTG hosted a silent auction in the exhibit hall to raise funds for Atlanta-based Hire Heroes USA, the pre-eminent national nonprofit organization providing veteran employment services, on behalf of the Continuum Veterans Foundation (CVF).

Mark Connolly has this to say about CVF and being presented with the Go-Giver Award.

“Continuum believes that it is essential for successful companies to stand for a purpose beyond revenue and to support causes far greater, and the company does this through its work with the Continuum Veterans Foundation. The amazing success of the silent auction would not have been possible without the incredible support of HTG and the member community. We are honored to be recognized with a HTG Go-Giver Award and look forward to continual support of veterans as well as HTG in its efforts.”

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Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

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