ZTE and the Chicago Bulls Serve Thanksgiving Dinner

    ZTE and the Chicago Bulls Serve Thanksgiving Dinner

    By Jeff Norris |

    Connect 2 Empower

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    Nov 13, 2017 8:01:00 AM

    At ZTE USA, we believe for the world to be at its very best those in need must be cared for and empowered.  Through connecting with each other, individuals can rise above any limitation, and it is ZTE USA’s mission to help them do so through every facet of the company. 

     

    Through our partnerships with pro basketball teams, ZTE is dedicated to making an impact in local communities.  This past Sunday with the Chicago Bulls, ZTE helped serve Thanksgiving dinner to men, women and children at the Pacific Garden Mission, the oldest, continuously-operating rescue mission in the country. The "Old Lighthouse" in Chicago has served millions seeking food, shelter and clothing, as well as medical and dental care. 

     

    This is a tradition for the Chicago Bulls, serving Thanksgiving dinner to the less fortunate for the 15th straight year.  Bulls players, executives, ambassadors, front office staff and broadcasters served Thanksgiving dinner to hundreds of men, women and children at the Pacific Garden Mission.

     

    In ZTE’s first year sponsoring the Chicago Bulls, the Bulls wanted to show the local Chicago community that it is committed to making an impact in the area. ZTE teamed up with the Bulls to present their 13th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the Pacific Garden Mission. Over 1,000 homeless lined up to receive a Thanksgiving dinner where ZTE volunteers and the Bulls organization, players and their families helped feed those in need.  We are so proud to be a part of this opportunity to serve those in need for three straight years.

     

    This is one of our most important events of the year. We love partnering with the Bulls and really cherish the times when we can give back to the community and help make the people of the Pacific Garden Mission’s day just a bit brighter. It’s an event we’re proud to be part of.

     

    Written by Jeff Norris

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