New Arcadia Chamber member TeamLogicIT of Arcadia was introduced to City, Chamber and legislative officials Tuesday (March 10) in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the company’s new headquarters in lovely three-story courtyard suite offices above and on the backside of the Wells Fargo bank at at 444 E. Huntington Drive #216.
Owner Scott Pauli says that in less than a decade TeamLogicIT has grown into the nationwide network that thousands of businesses in North America rely on for Managed IT Services. TeamLogic delivers highly available, secure and flexible IT systems, filling the void in the market for a trusted technology advisor. Their philosophy: We work with you the way we’d want someone to work with us.
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In addition to enjoying plenty of food, drinks, and networking, attendees won raffle prizes, including the new Smart BT Bluetooth 4.0 and the USB Dancing Water Speaker WT-30!
And Pauli was presented certificates of welcome and congratulations from Arcadia Mayor Pro Tem Gary Kovacic, Arcadia Chamber Vice President Vicki Knight of Century Rooter Service & Plumbing, and representatives from State Senator Dr. Ed Hernandez, Assembly Member Ed Chau, and County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich. Also in attendance were Arcadia City Council Member Sho Tay and his wife Sherry, as well as several Arcadia Chamber Ambassadors, including Richard Zook of Douglass & Zook Mortuary, Don Fandry, Lifetime Ambassador from the Elks Lodge, and Allen Tsay of Waddell & Reed. Networking Breakfast host Rod Salazar of Stubbies Promotions, and Sophia Chan of Forest Lawn was also there to meet and welcome Pauli.