Vivint Volunteers

  • Tuesday, July 2, 2013



Volunteers from Vivint, a home security and automation firm based in Provo, Utah, spread pine straw at Doty Park on Friday. Eric Davis, assistant manager of the town’s parks and recreation department, said the town had put off the task because it needed employees for other work and was happy to have the extra hands. Kade Church of Vivint said the company tries to do a day of service in each community it visits while selling its products.


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