Verizon Retailer Donates To Home Of The Brave In Milford


Round Room, LLC., the nation’s largest Verizon Authorized Retailer, announces today that its subsidiary, TCC, is donating $60,000 to veterans organizations nationwide as a part of the company’s fourth annual Veterans Rock program to celebrate people in the service for Veterans Day.

The $60,000 donated by TCC is being divided among 24 veterans organizations across the nation, including Home of the Brave in Milford, that received $2,500. Home of the Brave was selected by one of TCC’s local teams as a part of the company’s efforts to have its employees lead and execute its philanthropic initiatives.

“This is our fourth year hosting the Veterans Rock program, and we are proud to continue recognizing deserving service men and women across the country,” said Scott Moorehead, CEO of Round Room, parent company of TCC. “This is the least we can do as a thank you to our service members who have sacrificed so much for our country and to these organizations that provide so much support for them and their families.”

TCC is thankful for its veteran employees of all branches for their sacrifice, for their bravery and for the example they set. Qualified active and veteran military members and their spouses are encouraged to explore career opportunities with the company. With locations in 39 states, TCC can transfer employed military members or their spouses to a new TCC location if they have to move. Aside from transfer opportunities, TCC gives all employees paid volunteer days, paid time off, promotional opportunities, sales contests and more. To explore careers with TCC, visit the company’s careers page.

As a Culture of Good, Inc. company, TCC makes ongoing investments in the communities it operates in. The company recently donated more than 140,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children across the nation, marking one million backpacks full of school supplies donated by TCC since 2013. Through its Big Impact program, TCC also awarded $50,000 in college scholarships this summer. Additionally, the company’s private foundation, TCC Gives Community Grants, donated $160,000 to nonprofits assisting those most affected by the coronavirus pandemic earlier this year.

Source: Round Room

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