Market Technologies Donation to The Call to Protect Program

Market Technologies Donation to The Call to Protect Program2017-06-23T13:26:04+00:00

Market Technologies Donation to The Call to Protect Program

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Market Technologies, LLC, has made a donation to The Wireless Foundation’s Call to Protect Program

Wesley Chapel, FL, January 16, 2006, Lane J. Mendelsohn, Vice President, announced today that Market Technologies, LLC, a privately-owned, Inc. 500, trading software company, has made a donation to The Wireless Foundation’s Call to Protect Program. The Call to Protect campaign collects wireless phones to benefit the victims of domestic violence. The program also collects monetary donations to aid campaigns in ending domestic violence.

Call to Protect provides a way to resourcefully retire old cell phones in a way that will benefit the environment and provide phones, with matching airtime, to domestic violence agencies. Market Technologies held a collection for phones for approximately two weeks and was able to collect not only cell phones, but also cell phone chargers and batteries. More than 37,000 phones have been distributed to agencies to increase the number of prevention programs and encourage implementation of national awareness campaigns. “Market Technologies” staff, as a team, made an effort to collect a significant number of cell phone accessories as well as cell phones,” said Lane Mendelsohn. “We were happy to be able to collect and donate items that can prove to be a life-line for people in distress.”

About Market Technologies Headquartered in Tampa Bay since it was founded in 1979 by Louis Mendelsohn, with trading software customers in over seventy countries, Market Technologies is an Inc. 500 company and recognized world leader in market forecasting. Market Technologies researches and develops proprietary trend forecasting and market timing technologies that utilize artificial intelligence applied to intermarket and hurricaneomic analysis, in order to forecast various commodity and financial markets throughout the world. These presently include energies, interest rates, stock indexes, currencies, metals, grains, meats, softs, Forex and ETFs, covering a total of sixty-nine world markets.