A commitment to minimizing its environmental impact over the past year has earned
TESSCO Technologies Incorporated
(NASDAQ: TESS) recognition as a 2011 AT&T Supplier Sustainability Award winner. The award recognizes suppliers for their support of affiliates of AT&T*, one of the world’s leading data, voice, wireless and Internet service providers.
“AT&T suppliers earning this Sustainability Award have demonstrated praiseworthy initiative and innovation in the area of sustainability. They have delivered solid improvements that have helped support AT&T’s ongoing sustainability efforts,” said
Tim Harden, president of AT&T Supply Chain and Fleet Operations.
“These awards acknowledge the contributions of our suppliers by highlighting those who stood out in providing exceptional value and advancing our programs beyond expectations.”
“TESSCO shares AT&T’s commitment to innovation in sustainability,” commented TESSCO Chairman, President and CEO Robert B. Barnhill. “This holiday season we launched a new retail package that replaces the traditional plastics with one that consists of up to 30%-renewable, plant-based contents. Along with the 100%-recycled and recyclable paperboard, we have been able to have a very positive impact on AT&T’s commitment to reducing their carbon footprint.”
TESSCO was one of only four suppliers to receive the 2011 AT&T Sustainability Supplier Award for outstanding contributions that supported AT&T’s supplier sustainability efforts during the past year.
*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.
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