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Enterprise Recovery Systems, Inc.® (ERS) announced today that they made a charitable donation of 18 backpacks with school supplies to a Denver elementary school.

ERS held their mid-year sales meeting on August 5-7. The staff in attendance was able to participate in a givERS event (ERS refers to their corporate philanthropy efforts as givERS). Backpacks were filled with school supplies including notebooks, folders, pencil cases, crayons, markers, and much more. Each sales staff member wrote a personal note of encouragement to the student and included it in the backpack.

Regional Vice President, Business Development and Colorado resident, Kirk McCracken, delivered the donation to Deer Creek Elementary School in Bailey, CO. ERS selected the Title I school based on need and as a way to say thank you to the state of Colorado for hosting the sales meeting event.

Kirk McCracken said, “It was such a pleasure to be a part of this givERS opportunity to bring backpacks to kids who really need them and will use them.”

ERS provides end-to-end revenue cycle management solutions to assist in accelerating cash flow, increasing revenue, and solving customer contact needs. Services include; accounts receivable management, inbound live operator call support, outbound live operator call support, customized messaging, email support, default prevention, etc. ERS serves the Higher Education community, Government entities, and the Logistics industry.

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