For OmniMount, holiday sharing is caring…

Thanks to OmniMount, it is going to be a warm and sunny Christmas for the Mata family of Phoeniz, AZ, and I am not referring to the Arizona weather. OmniMount, a Phoenix-based manufacturer of A/V mount and furniture solutions, adopted the family of five for the holiday.

Through the City of Phoenix’s Human Services Department, OmniMount was paired with a family in need. In true holiday spirit the OmniMount team, led by Wendy Scholl and Dawn Leeper, rallied with nearly everyone in the company contributing in the form of gifts or monetary support so that the Mata family would have a more special holiday. The family, two parents and three children, had recently experienced a turn of bad luck enduring layoffs and poor health. Like many others this year, the economic burden can be even more stressful by the strains of the holiday season. To help, OmniMount’s elves, with the help of Ryan DeFusco and Chuck Riddell manning the sleighs – or SUV’s – delivered the carloads of gifts just in time for Christmas.

The positivity and thankfulness that Mrs. Mata expressed to the OmniMount team was overwhelming, “2009 can only bring better things and hopefully we will be able to help another family the way you’ve all helped us.” We hope so too.

This story was just the boost of holiday cheer I needed today. This is a small reflection of the great people we at Caster are lucky enough to work with on a daily basis.

Caster completed our food drive on Friday to benefit the RI Food Bank. Hopefully you are all able to “pay it forward” this holiday season.

Wishing you and your family a wonderful holiday!

Posted by: katie | find me on twitter

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