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AT&T EMPLOYEES IN WISCONSIN ARE CELEBRATED FOR THEIRCOMMUNITY SERVICE
to receive the prestigious President’s Volunteer Service Award for volunteer
ing over100 hours in 2012
MILWAUKEE, March 18, 2013
Over 75 AT&T Wisconsin employees will receive t
Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) for their time spent volunteering in 2012. The PVSA is a prestigiousnational honor offered by the President in recognition of sustained volunteer service. Each of the 75employees volunteered 100 hours or more, totaling over 7,500 hours of service in Wisconsin to helpmake our communities better. In addition to the PVSA, some employees will be receiving the Gold Award for dedicating over 500 volunteer hours in 2012.
When you volunteer, you are helping strengthen families, neighbors and communities in a way that isboth positive and sustainable
Scott VanderSanden, President, AT&T Wisconsin.
Thisachievement not only helps those in need, but it also encourages a tradition of contribution throughvolunteer services and we are proud to recognize those who continue to make volunteering a priority
This year, over 3,000 AT&T employees nationwide will be recognized for their volunteerism.The
President’s Volunteer Service Award
is available on an annual basis and is an honor that every American
from all ages and all walks of life
can aspire to achieve. The President’s Volunteer Service Award is issued by the President’s Council on Service a
nd Civic Participation, a group createdby President George W. Bush, in 2003, to recognize the valuable contributions volunteers make in our nation.
For more on the President’s Volunteer Service Award