LMG Completes Yearlong Charitable Campaign, "30-in-30"

LMG Completes Yearlong Charitable Campaign, "30-in-30"

LMG, a national provider of video, audio and lighting, recently concluded a yearlong charitable campaign called “30-in-30”.  To celebrate 30 years of business last March, LMG committed to support 30 causes through donations and volunteer efforts across its nationwide office locations. LMG is headquartered in Orlando, with additional offices in Nashville, Tampa, Las Vegas, Detroit, and Dallas.

LMG employees participated in events ranging from running a 5K for Give Kids the World, shaving their heads in support of curing children’s cancer through the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, packaging food for those in need at Second Harvest and Three Square Food Banks, and serving lunch at Harbor House to survivors of domestic violence. Other organizations/causes supported include Make-a-Wish Foundation, Toys for Tots, OneBlood, Orlando Magic Foundation, Las Vegas Humane Society, Dr. Phillips High School Film Festival, Seminole State’s Dream Gala, Orlando Holocaust Memorial, Camp Boggy Creek, Maitland Academy, Help of Southern Nevada, Room in the Inn, SPCA, and Hope & Help Central Florida.

LMG’s culture of giving extends beyond their 30th anniversary. “For over 20 years, LMG has supported Hope & Help Center of Central Florida by providing audio, visual, consulting, and services for the over the top productions of Headdress Ball,” says Duane Hoyle, Development Manager. “Thank you to LMG for providing support in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Central Florida.”  

Says Les Goldberg, LMG CEO, “It has been an incredible experience seeing not only the many ways the community has touched the company, but that the company has given back to the community. I am so proud of the LMG team who came together to support so many great causes.”

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