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geoAMPS is an honoree in the Healthiest Employers in Central Ohio awards program. The weekly business news publication Columbus Business First, which organizes the annual awards program, reports that it received a record number of nominations for the award. Business First reported that it received 97 nominations for the 2016 awards program. That is 17 more than the number submitted last year, which also was a record year.
(l-r) Carly Neagle, Brittany Woods and Jenelle Cooper of geoAMPS take a break from their workout. For the third consecutive year, geoAMPS is being honored as one of the Healthiest Employers in Central Ohio for 2016. geoAMPS helps its employees stay healthy through a comprehensive wellness and fitness program. Columbus Business First, the leading weekly business news publication serving Central Ohio, is naming geoAMPS as an honoree in the Healthiest Employers in Central Ohio awards.
flickr / Matt Spearing geoAMPS, a software company located in Powell, is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive on Friday, Feb. 12. Local residents are invited to schedule an appointment to donate blood at the company’s location, 3821 Attucks Drive, in the Wedgewood Office Park. Those who donate blood will have the chance to win $2,000 in Kroger gift cards for gas or groceries.
Leena Madan, Chief Operating Officer of geoAMPS, has been named to the Advisory Board of the Delaware County Chapter of the American Red Cross. A resident of Delaware, Leena has been an active supporter of the American Red Cross for several years.
Eli Lyons has joined geoAMPS as Vice President of Business Development. He has extensive experience in the Right of Way industry, having previously served as Vice President of Business Development for Summit Resources. “I am pleased to welcome Eli to the geoAMPS team,” Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer, said. “He is a firm believer in the potential and impact of geoAMPS products.”
knapsack / flickr By Yogesh Khandelwal and Dan Liggett Advertising billboards, for better or worse, are part of the American landscape. Commonly seen from our many miles of interstates and national highways, billboards are considered an essential marketing tool of business. Some motorists feel they provide useful information, while others regard them as eyesores or unnecessary distractions from the nation’s natural beauty. As usage and popularity of billboards began to escalate in the 1950s, the federal government took initial steps toward regulation. Signed into law by President Dwight Eisenhower, the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, commonly known as the “Bonus Program,” was an incentive for states to establish control of ODA within 660 feet of the right of way along interstates. States that did so received an additional one half of one percent of their interstate construction costs.
flickr geoAMPS, a company located in Powell, is inviting local residents to donate blood during an American Red Cross blood drive on Friday, Feb. 12, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.geoAMPS is hosting the blood drive at its office, 3821 Attucks Drive in the Wedgewood Office Park. Those who donate blood will have the chance to win $2,000 in Kroger gift cards for gas or groceries.
Washington State Department of Transportation / flickr The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, passed by Congress in December 2015, authorizes $281 billion in federal funds for highway, transit and highway safety programs over five years. Combined with state and local matching dollars, the nation now has a substantial sum for much needed transportation improvements. FAST Act is a fully paid-for reauthorization of federal highway, transit, highway safety, motor carrier safety, hazardous materials and passenger rail programs.
geoAMPS has been named among the 20 Most Promising Utilities Technologies by CIOReview magazine. Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, was interviewed for an article about how the geoAMPS solution benefits utilities and other industries. The article appears in a special December 2015 edition focused on utilities technology.
Members of the geoAMPS team participated in No-Shave November and raised pledges of $1,539 to support the American Cancer Society. No-Shave November is a Web-based, non-profit organization devoted to growing cancer awareness and raising funds that go toward preventing cancer, saving lives, funding research, educating, and assisting those fighting cancer.