SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 27, 2016 – The employees of Progrexion, a Utah-based provider of credit report repair services, recently donated almost $100,000 to food banks in Utah, Idaho, Arizona and Oklahoma.
donating through payroll deductions, raising money through family and friends, and/or collecting and contributing non-perishable food.
Progrexion’s Utah locations collaborated with two other companies in the local business community and made a significant contribution to the Utah Foodbank as part of an annual Summer Foodbank Business Challenge. Ultradent Products, Inc. raised $24,500, Access Development raised nearly $1,500 and Progrexion contributed an additional $26,000, for a total Utah contribution of $52,000
According to Jeanie Nugent, food drive event coordinator at Ultradent Products, Inc., “Our Company has been a huge supporter of the Utah Food Bank for the past 16 years, the passion and care that our 1,600 employees have shown is truly amazing. Our CEO, Dr. Dan Fischer, has often said, ‘This is America! No one should go hungry.’ We are thrilled to have collaborated with Progrexion. Together we brought food to the tables of those who face food insecurity every day.”
“Our culture at Access Development is about building relationships with our customers, employees and within our community, so partnering with Progrexion to amplify efforts was a great opportunity,” said Lisa Oyler, human resources manager. “Successful businesses have a responsibility to give back and we’re thankful to be part of a statewide movement to fight hunger.”
Chief development officer of the Utah Food Bank, Ginette Bott, reacted to the contributions by saying, “We are extremely grateful to our business community for opening their hearts and pocketbooks this summer. Through contributions from great partners such as Progrexion, Ultradent Products and Access Development, we will be able to provide hundreds of Utah families with basic necessities and food for their tables.”
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Progrexion is a leading provider of credit report repair services in the United States. Progrexion’s technology and services help consumers access and understand information contained in their credit reports, verify whether that information is fair, accurate and substantiated, and correct inaccuracies with individual creditors, other data furnishers and the national credit bureaus. Progrexion’s technology and services are used by CreditRepair.com, its wholly-owned subsidiary and Lexington Law, an independently-operated law firm. Progrexion has been named by Utah Business Magazine as one of Utah’s top 50 fastest growing companies. If you are interested in working for this great company, visit www.progrexion.com/careers.