AM Technical Solutions sponsors AirBox for Ronald McDonald Family Room in Austin, Texas

November 28, 2018

AM Technical Solutions (AMTS) has sponsored an AirBox air purifier for the Ronald McDonald Family Room in St. David's Medical Center located in Austin, Texas.

The AirBox will help provide clean air for families coping with heavy medical needs by removing germs, mold, pollutants and allergens from the air. AMTS shares the goal with Ronald McDonald House Charities® to provide families a place to rest and regroup within the hospital, just moments away from their sick child.

“AMTS is so grateful for the work done by the incredible folks at the Ronald McDonald House Charities,” said Johannes Brinkmann, Chief Financial Officer at AM Technical Solutions.  “We are honored that you (Ronald McDonald House Charities®) have allowed our company and Airbox to be one small part of creating a safe and comfortable home away from home for families focused on caring for their ill child.” 

“What you do renews our sense of purpose in our own work and heightens our gratitude for each day that our children are healthy and well,” commented Carolyn Schwarz, Chief Executive Officer of Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Texas.

"Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Texas (RMHC CTX) is proud to partner with AirBox Air Purifiers and AM Technical Solutions.”

"The health of families staying in our facilities is paramount to RMHC CTX,” added Paula Duke, St. David's Medical Center’s Family Room manager. “This partnership helps to provide a clean, comfortable environment for all guests visiting the Family Room at St. David's Medical Center.”

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