ATLANTA, Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Aio Wireless celebrates Black History Month at community events and celebrations across greater Atlanta. From an Aio Trio riding along the route of the Black History Month Parade in the Sweet Auburn District, to sponsorship of a culinary sampling in College Park and the Black Family Expo -- Aio is on hand to support events that recognize the importance of community unity and family solidarity.
"We are a community brand, and these activities are just a few of the many ways we show our support and commitment to the communities where Aio's dealer-owned stores are located," said Sharyn Mack, senior marketing manager, Aio Wireless. "We also collaborate with local non-profit organizations – including Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Latin American Association, as well as the South Metro chapter and North Metro chapter of 100 Black Men of Atlanta – and, to date, have provided scholarships and tablets to 30 college-bound students from the area who are the community leaders of tomorrow."
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SOURCE Aio Wireless