The Acronis SCS team would like to extend our sincerest appreciation to all who were able to join us yesterday for our official ribbon cutting at our Scottsdale headquarters, as well as the launch of our new initiative, Acronis SCSVets!
Acronis SCS was privileged to welcome several officials and community leaders who carved time out of busy schedules to provide remarks at the event, including Senator Martha McSally, Congressman Greg Stanton, Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane, Arizona Chamber President and CEO Glenn Hamer, Greater Phoenix Economic Council President and CEO Chris Camacho, and Office of Economic Opportunity Program Manager Robert Garcia. We also want to thank the many other elected officials and community leaders who attended.
Yesterday’s turnout of nearly 150 people, which included a mix of new faces and old friends, was an impactful reminder of just how incredible this community is – and how proud we are to be a part of it.
At the event, we also announced the finalists and first place winner of our Tribute to Service Art Contest, John Fontana! Thank you to all those who submitted their work. We are honored to have your pieces hanging in our community room.
If the day’s events have you curious to learn more about our company and the Acronis SCSVets initiative, we encourage you to check out the event’s press release. And if the Acronis SCSVets mission inspires you, please consider pledging a donation here. Your pledge will help equip veterans and military spouses with the cyber certifications and skills they need to thrive in a cybersecurity career.
Acronis SCS looks forward to working alongside this community in the weeks, months, and years ahead, as we continue to provide trusted cyber protection and edge data security solutions to the US public sector. Thank you for welcoming us to Arizona with open arms.