Vestel and Exertis Pro AV donate displays to seven non-profit organizations


Vestel and Exertis Pro AV donate displays to seven non-profit organizations

Vestel and Exertis Pro AV are pleased to donate displays to seven non-profit organizations in the region. The Vestel touch displays, which were already used at the G7 summit in Elmau, can be reused and benefit a good cause.

This is a nice proof of the close relationship between Exertis Pro AV, one of the largest value-added distributors for AV/IT media technology and the manufacturer Vestel, whose product lines include digital signage displays, video wall displays, and LED wall displays. As a result, Exertis Pro AV established contact with seven non-profit institutions in the region. These include the Vinzentius School in Donzdorf, the Schwäbisch Gmünd Technical Relief Association (THW-Helfervereinigung), Lernen Fördern e.V. Göppingen, the Helene-Schoettle School in Stuttgart and the Lebenshilfe Göppingen association. The Sozialdienst katholischer Frauen e.V. Waldkirch and the Evangelische Jugendwerk (EJW) from Bad Urach Münsingen were also supported with the 75" touch displays.

The Association of helpers and supporters of the Technical Relief Organization Schwäbisch Gmünd (THW) is looking forward to using the display for training purposes in the youth and with the active members. It is also planned to use the display to visualize the situation and the number of helpers and resources deployed during operations.

"Together with Vestel and through the commitment of our employees, it is a pleasure for us to support non-profit organizations in our region," says Mike Hommel, Marketing Director D/A/CH at Exertis Pro AV.

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