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GPS Insight Donates $123,400 to Customer-Chosen Charities


SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — GPS Insight, a technology provider of GPS vehicle and asset tracking for commercial fleets, announced that of its $123,400 in donations for 2014, the company gifted more than $86,000 during the holiday season to local and national charities and not-for-profits of their customers’ and employees’ choosing.

GPS Insight customers voiced which charity meant the most to them through GPS Insight’s various social media pages. The fleet tracking company had a goal to donate $100,000 for the year, and because of the overwhelming response, its exceeded the goal for a yearly total of $123,400.

“The holidays are all about giving back, and GPS Insight is fortunate enough to be in a position to do so,” said Rob Donat, founder & CEO of GPS Insight. “We are proud to have been able to donate to these wonderful charities and want to thank our customers, vendors, partners, and employees for their participation.”

Every customer who participated had a minimum of $500 and up to $2,000 donated to the charity requested. A few of these 75 charities in 2014 included Wounded Warrior Project, Boys and Girls Club, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Teach for America, Susan G. Komen, and ASPCA.

To see the charities GPS Insight donated to, visit http://bit.ly/14oOtjZ.