November 18, 2005 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Preempting the holiday season, web hosting provider AIT (http://ait.com) has launched a campaign that will offer benefits both to customers and charity. Depending on their purchase customers signing up for AITs services between now and January 3, 2005 will receive a gift of a PDA or desktop PC. In addition to helping customers, the company will also assist the Salvation Army chapter in AITs headquarters town of Fayetteville, North Carolina.
We already host the chapters website, so this is a continuation of a relationship with an organization that benefits our community, said Clarence Briggs, AITs Chief Executive Officer. As for the electronics, we want to show our appreciation to the folks who make everything possible.
PCs and PDAs will be given to all of AITs dedicated hosting plan customers. The company offers a range of dedicated machines each with Xeon processors, a minimum of 80GB of disk space, and 2 Terabytes of data transfer. All are available through self-managed and fully-managed options although customers must pre-pay for six months of hosting. If were going to ask someone to make that sort of a commitment to AIT, they should get something in return, beyond speed, power, and service, said Briggs. And, what technophile cant use an additional computer or gadget.