CEO Hikes Grand Canyon to Support Global Charity

052008-image1PHOENIX, Arizona – May 19, 2008 – OpenTech Alliance, Inc., has announced that Robert A. Chiti, company President and CEO, will hike the Grand Canyon on May 25, 2008 to raise funds for The Hunger Project. Chiti and participating hikers will start their 26-mile journey from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon at 4:30a.m.and hope to finish approximately 10 hours later at the top of the South Rim. In support of The Hunger Project, OpenTech will donate $5 for every move-in processed through an INSOMNIAC kiosk on the day of the hike. In addition, OpenTech will donate $1 for every payment processed through an INSOMNIAC kiosk on that day. “I encourage my colleagues in the self storage industry to support this fundraising event by either participating in the hike or making a donation to The Hunger Project,” said Chiti with a smile.

The event is the creation of George Roundy, Volunteer Leader of the Hunger Project and CEO of eCorridor, a local technology consulting company. Roundy, who has been working with The Hunger Project for more than 28 years, was recently awarded the Humanitarian Award by the Arizona Interfaith Movement.

The Hunger Project is a global, strategic organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger. Founded in 1977, it has pioneered low-cost, bottom-up, gender-focused strategies that enable women and men to create and run their own programs in order to achieve lasting progress in health, education, nutrition, and family income.

“Please take a few minutes to learn about the methodology and achievements of The Hunger Project by viewing a short video on their web page The focus of this organization is not about distributing food, it is about empowering women and men to end their own hunger,” requested Chiti.

Donations can be made by credit card at or checks can be made out to “The Hunger Project” and mailed to OpenTech Alliance, Inc. Attn: The Hunger Project, 2501 W. Dunlap Avenue, Suite 150, Phoenix, AZ 85021.

OpenTech Alliance, Inc. is the leading developer of self-storage kiosks. Its INSOMNIAC line of self-storage kiosks improves customer convenience, reduces operating costs and increases revenues for self-storage facilities. For more information or to see an online demo, please visit or call (602) 749-9370.

Press Contact:
Carol Castillo
Marketing Assistant
OpenTech Alliance, Inc.
602-749-9370 Ext 114

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