PSPINC Sponsored Summer Experience for Children Affected by the Tsunami and Earthquake in Japan
Aug 13, 2012, 07:30 ET
BELLEVUE, Wash., Aug. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (PSPINC) sponsored its first Summer Experience in Seattle from July 26 - August 7. The program was created to give children from the Tohoku region of Japan, one of the hardest hit areas in the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, a chance to build positive experiences in the wake of tragedy. Eight junior high students stayed with host families during their visit.
The students spent their mornings attending English lessons at Bellevue Children's Academy. They toured the Seattle area and spent time with their host families during the rest of the day. The children visited the Pacific Science Center's Tutankhamen exhibit, a Mariners game, and Mt. Rainier. They also were able to tour and lunch on a Holland America cruise ship and go on a Tillicum Village tour. On the final day, the children toured the Boeing factory and visited Microsoft, where they played new games and each received an Xbox as a gift from the Xbox team.
PSPINC received support and cooperation from several businesses for Summer Experience in Seattle, including:
- Delta Airlines Japan
- The Marriott Hotel in Redmond Town Center
- Enterprise Rental Cars
- Pacific Science Center
- Holland America Line
- Argosy Cruises
- Bellevue Children's Academy
- The Seattle Mariners
- Global Education Network
- Media Footprint
- Madigan Security Consulting.
"I am very happy to see the smiles of the children and hope that they gained memorable experiences they will carry into the future," says Mayumi Nakamura, President and CEO of PSPINC. "The goal and the purpose is that we can provide them some time to forget - they're still recovering in Japan and the Miyagi area. We hope to continue hosting this program into the future, so as to continue helping the children."
PSPINC is a web hosting and internet solutions company located in Bellevue, WA. During the 1990s, its focus shifted from localization and "double byte specialists" to "Internet specialists." In August 2000, PSPINC opened its first data center, providing superior reliability and security for clients. Now in 2012, PSPINC continues to expand and provide domain name, web, and email hosting, data storage, and original software to over 38,000 companies in both the U.S. and Japanese markets. But while PSPINC provides expert service for companies large and small, they never forget that their real business is supporting customers.
Visit www.pspinc.com to learn more.
SOURCE Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
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