ORLANDO, FLORIDA--If you are a service-disabled veteran who’s always wanted to try orbiTouch Keyless Keyboard, this may be your chance. Veteran Corps of America, a diversified technology and services provider for the U.S. Government, has recently bought 15 brand new, in the box orbiTouch units to donate to wounded veterans.
“We could not be more excited about this new initiative,” says Elizabeth Rissman, Director of Social Media for orbiTouch. “Veteran Corps and orbiTouch working together to help service-disabled veterans regain independence through computer use is a match made in heaven.”
Veteran Corps, located out of O’Fallon, Illinois, seems to be on a roll. Vet Corps has enjoyed a three-year growth rate of a staggering 726%, gaining recognition from such publications as Inc. Magazine who bestowed a highly coveted spot on their fastest growing companies list for the second consecutive year.
Additionally, Veteran Corps scored a double win by capturing two spots on the GSA Stars II roster, a highly prestigious honor that makes it easier to sell IT to federal programs helping wounded veterans.
OrbiTouch, an American-made typing solution for persons with low finger and hand dexterity due to injury or disability, seems to fit into Veteran Corps agenda perfectly. According to the Veteran Corps website, Veteran Corps “is a premier provider of high quality Information Technology, Homeland Security, and Office-Related services” that can be used to support service disabled veterans in the workplace or home to be more productive.
If you are a service-disabled veteran who is interested in being a part of this initiative, please email elizabeth@orbiTouch.com. You will receive a free orbiTouch unit, normally a $399 value, and training for free. All that we ask in return is feedback and perhaps a testimonial. Also, make sure to check out our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/