DALLAS, June 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Jay Wireless attended the National Lifeline Association (NaLA) Spring Conference, held May 17th-19th in New Orleans. The conference included sessions related to current events and hot topics in the Lifeline industry.
Blue Jay's objective at this year's conference was to express the need for the industry to engage more in communities and go beyond simply providing Lifeline service. Shannon Davis, Blue Jay Wireless' Community Relations Manager, spoke as a presenter at the conference. Ms. Davis emphasized the importance of increasing community service throughout the industry. "As an industry whose goal is to improve the lives of those in need," she stated, "We should be at the forefront of community service initiatives."
Blue Jay strives to be the industry leader in community outreach and impact by going beyond offering services through the Lifeline Program. One way that Blue Jay accomplishes this goal is through its Give a Day initiative. Each employee at Blue Jay has a goal to give one out of ten working days back to the community in volunteer service, all for a good cause. Blue Jay believes giving time to serve the community is a rewarding way to make a positive impact.
By leading the way, Blue Jay hopes to influence others to follow suit and join the endeavor to make a difference in our world, one community at a time.
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SOURCE Blue Jay Wireless