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ScanSource donates to the Greenville Tech Foundation

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Published on Tuesday, October 18, 2016

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Left to right: Keith Miller, president of Greenville Technical College, Paul Constantine, Co-President for the ScanSource Worldwide Barcode, Networking and Security segment, Les Gardner, director of development with the Greenville Tech Foundation, and David Clayton, executive director of the Center for Manufacturing Innovation, gather with donated equipment at the Center for Manufacturing Innovation.
 

Left to right: Keith Miller, president of Greenville Technical College, Paul Constantine, Co-President for the ScanSource Worldwide Barcode, Networking and Security segment, Les Gardner, director of development with the Greenville Tech Foundation, and David Clayton, executive director of the Center for Manufacturing Innovation, gather with donated equipment at the Center for Manufacturing Innovation.

 

ScanSource, Inc., a leading global provider of technology products and solutions, has donated five 3D printers and related supplies to the Greenville Tech Foundation. The equipment and supplies, a gift valued at $50,000, will be used at the Gene Haas Center for Manufacturing Innovation to support additive manufacturing education.

“We are grateful to ScanSource for the many ways the company has ensured that we can produce highly skilled graduates that employers will want to hire,” said Dr. Keith Miller, president of Greenville Technical College. “Their generosity means that we have the best tools for teaching.”

“ScanSource is honored to be able to contribute to such an impactful and much-needed initiative right here in the Upstate,” said Paul Constantine, Co-President for the ScanSource Worldwide Barcode, Networking and Security segment. “Developing and recruiting top talent is a vital part of what makes our region’s businesses successful, and the Center for Manufacturing Innovation is a giant step in the right direction. ScanSource is proud to be part of a community that does great work to make sure we are fostering the next generation of skilled workers and leaders that will make an impact in Greenville and beyond.”

 

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