Boston, MA – CrunchTime! Information Systems, a global leader in cost control solutions for the hospitality industries, recently conducted its annual Rowathon fundraiser for Children’s Hospital of Boston; donations exceeded $12,000.
“Children’s Hospital is a terrific organization, and we’re proud to be able to support them- as we have for many years.” said Bill Bellissimo, President of CrunchTime! Information Systems. “While the Rowathon is the most visible way we contribute to their mission, many CrunchTimers also donate blood and platelets. We’re all glad to do it- Children’s is just a special place.”
The funds will benefit the blood donor center at the hospital, a critical resource in their treatment of childhood diseases.
About the Rowathon
To raise funds, CrunchTime! employees gather pledges based on the number of meters rowed during a set time on the CrunchTime! rowing machine. The machine is a virtual institution at the company (and is both feared and revered). The 2011 Rowathon had 33 rowers, and was organized by Adam Buggia, Director of Enterprise Architecture at CrunchTime! CrunchTime! has a facebook page dedicated to the Rowathon, visible here.
About CrunchTime! Information Systems
CrunchTime! Information Systems is a leading provider of enterprise solutions for the hospitality industries. Since 1995, CrunchTime! back office solutions have helped customers reduce food & beverage costs, drive labor efficiencies, and better manage the quality and consistency of their food service operations. CrunchTime!’s customers include multi-unit restaurants, cruise lines, hotels and food service management companies around the world. For more information, visit www.crunchtime.com.
About Children’s Hospital Boston
Children’s Hospital Boston is an internationally renowned center for medical research and treatment. It is one of the only pediatric hospitals nationwide that focuses on pairing world-class research with clinical resources to develop therapies for diseases in children. Many of the hospital’s scientific advancements have far-reaching implications for treating disease in adults as including prostate and breast cancer, macular degeneration, and Alzheimer’s. For more information, or to donate, please visit: www.childrenshospital.org.
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