Power Systems' Warehouse Sale Raises $20,000 for Special Olympics Tennessee
Knoxville, TN - July 10, 2008 - Power Systems Inc., a leading marketer of fitness and sports performance equipment, recently donated more than $20,000 to Special Olympics Tennessee, following the success of the company's warehouse sale on May 10.
Power Systems' founders and owners Bruno and Julie Pauletto presented a check for $20,022.35 to Alan Bolick, president of Special Olympics Tennessee, on July 1 at the company's new headquarters in Knoxville. Power Systems raised the money for the donation during its Charity Warehouse Sale, a special sale that allows local fitness and sports performance professionals and enthusiasts the opportunity to purchase training equipment and other merchandise at discounted prices with all proceeds benefiting Special Olympics.
Power Systems held its first Charity Warehouse Sale in 2005, and due to its success, the sale became a regular event that employees and customers look forward to. This year's record sales quadrupled the amount raised during the previous sale.
About Power Systems
Power Systems Inc. is a leading marketer of fitness and sports performance training equipment headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee. Founded in 1986 by Bruno and Julie Pauletto, Power Systems aims to advance health, fitness, and physical performance for everyone by offering over 2,000 innovative products. For more information, visit www.power-systems.com.