Winston-Salem tech firm funds $10,000 computer purchase for Stokes County students
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – June 12, 2019 – Winston-Salem-based construction camera provider TrueLook announced today a $10,000 donation to Poplar Springs Elementary School. The donation will pay for 50 Chromebooks for student use at the school.
“This gift is an amazing show of support for the children here at Poplar Springs,” said Poplar Springs Principal Samuel Jones. “Our mission is to provide them with the tools and experience they’ll need to follow their dreams and become the next generation of leaders in North Carolina. The folks at TrueLook understand how important technology is to that mission in the 21st century, and their generosity will have real and lasting impacts on the lives of our students.”
TrueLook, a leader in construction camera technology for more than 20 years, is the only company offering construction cameras combining live jobsite viewing, project time-lapsing, and HD security recording.
“TrueLook’s business is rooted in technology,” said TrueLook CMO, Jaclyn Kramer. “As such, we believe it’s important to promote education in and around technology whenever possible. We hope that this contribution enhances the educational opportunities at Poplar Springs and presents new possibilities for its students.”
TrueLook is the only construction camera company to include live jobsite viewing, project time-lapsing, and HD security recording with every camera. TrueLook has pioneered new construction camera technologies for over 20 years, beginning with the world’s first Pan-Tilt-Zoom camera in 1995. Their cameras capture nearly 300,000 construction time-lapse photos every day across the U.S. and Canada and have delivered more than two billion images to 100 million users. For more information, visit www.truelook.com or call 833-TRUELOOK (833-878-3566).