Technology Provider Gives Back to their Local Community

SALEM, NH, December 21, 2011 – Mosaic Technology, a leading expert in virtualization and data storage technology, donated a few pallets of food to the Salem Food Pantry. The company has more than a 25-year history within the local community of Salem, NH. In response to the growing need, Mosaic made this gift on behalf of its customers this holiday season.

Mosaic is committed to the State of New Hampshire. The company is one of the Top 100 Private Companies in the state of NH and is actively involved in the community. Earlier this year, Mosaic hosted a small business roundtable with presidential candidate Governor Mitt Romney to give small business an opportunity to share their concerns.

“We hope that our donation will help families in need get back on stable footing this holiday season,” said Tom Desmet, founder and CEO, Mosaic Technology. “Everyone is dealing with a tough economy these days, but we consider ourselves lucky to be able to give back in honor of our customers and support the community that we live and work in.”

Six Mosaic employees, including the Founder and CEO, Tom Desmet, personally delivered two full pallets of food to the Food Bank on December, 20, 2011, including pastas, cereals, rice and canned goods.

The Salem Food Pantry, located on Lawrence Road in Salem, NH, supports multiple towns in Rockingham County. Food banks serve a big role, especially around the holidays, in providing basic essentials to families in need.

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