Metairie-based company sponsoring St. Charles Soccer Club
OrthoSynetics takes on organization as part of larger community relations
|Photo provided by the St. Charles Soccer Club|
"As a member of the greater New Orleans community for many years, we feel the responsibility to support local programs like Saint Charles Soccer Club," said Chris Roussos, president and CEO of OrthoSynetics.
"We want to demonstrate our strong support for the New Orleans community."
The sponsorship is part of a larger effort by the OrthoSynetics(tm) Community Relations Committee, an employee driven effort to support the local community, to sponsor youth sports teams throughout the New Orleans area.
The Community Relations Committee is involved in numerous community activities which include: the donation of bullet proof vests to the New Orleans Police Department, the donation of toothbrushes to local school districts, and the launch of a company-wide effort to "go green" to help the environment.
"We want our team members to support the local community where we live, work and play," said Roussos. "It is just one of the efforts of our community relations committee to utilize the time, talent and resources of our team to help strengthen and improve our communities."
OrthoSynetics(tm) is an orthodontic and dental practice services firm that provides practices with non-clinical business and administrative assistance, including marketing, billing and collections, purchasing/procurement, patient financial and insurance services, human resources, and financial reporting. The company currently serves about 350 orthodontic and dental practice locations throughout the country.
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