Community Plays For Its Community

Dover, DE (August 20, 2008)--The Summer Concert Series of Delaware's State Parks is an annual music event featuring jazz and rock performances at Bellevue, Killens Pond, White Clay Creek and Rockford Tower State Parks throughout the summer. Community Professional, with its main headquarters located just 15 minutes from the Delaware border, has been providing loudspeakers and technical advice for the concert series.
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Community Professional has been providing loudspeakers and technical advice for the Summer Concert Series of Delaware's State Parks.Dover, DE (August 20, 2008)--The Summer Concert Series of Delaware's State Parks is an annual music event featuring jazz and rock performances at Bellevue, Killens Pond, White Clay Creek and Rockford Tower State Parks throughout the summer. Community Professional, with its main headquarters located just 15 minutes from the Delaware border, has been providing loudspeakers and technical advice for the concert series.

"The summer concert series is an exceptionally popular and growing program," remarked Lee Jennings, Delaware State Parks' chief of Cultural Resources. "As the quality of productions has grown, so has our need for more sophisticated equipment. Community Professional's donation of a high-end touring system--and the technical consultation accompanying its installation--have transformed the concert venue and removed any limitations we were facing. We deeply appreciate the contribution Community has made. Bellevue was the home of William DuPont Jr., a man who never settled for second-best; Community made it possible for us to uphold that tradition."

Over one-third of Community's Chester, PA workforce resides in Delaware, including product specialist and service manager Dave Lowe, who was present for the opening ceremonies on June 5 at Bellevue, and accepted a thank you plaque from Delaware State Parks Superintendent Charles Salkin on behalf of the company.

"At Community, we've always believed there's no greater joy than that of supporting programs and causes that give back to our community," said Lowe. "It's an honor and a pleasure for us to be able to play a part in this series of concerts, which benefits so many people across the state of Delaware and beyond."

The program is made possible, in part, by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Delaware Division of the Arts.

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