AV Concepts Donates Equipment To Free Arts

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TEMPE, AZ--AV Concepts donated audio-video equipment for use at the "2007 Art Heals Luncheon" Tuesday, April 10, 2007 at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort in Phoenix Arizona. This is the third year that AV Concepts has contributed to the event. The luncheon is sponsored by Free Arts of Arizona, a nonprofit organization that brings the healing powers of the creative arts to abused, neglected and homeless children by partnering with over 92 group homes, treatment centers and shelters in Maricopa County, AZ.

Free Arts of Arizona invites over 800 individuals and business representatives to attend this free fundraising luncheon for children. More than 3,000 individuals have attended Free Arts campaign events in the last 5 years. These events have generated over $900,000 to support general program funding and endowment to ensure the long-term success of the program. For more information about Free Arts, visit www.freeartsaz.org
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