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African-American Owned Mobile Company Donates Phones to Families in Puerto Rico

Freddie FiggersFreddie Figgers is one of the nation’s largest African-American owned cell phone companies and providers

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, September 27, 2017 – Freddie Figgers, owner of one of the nation’s largest African-American owned cell phone companies and networks, has sent 500 satellite phones with unlimited calls, texts and data to help families affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Figgers said the SIMM cards are fully activated for 90 days free of charge. These sim cards and phones will be distributed out in San Juan to individual families at San Juan Airport.

“The hurricane destroyed the entire island’s telecommunications’ network,” said Figgers, 28, founder of Figgers Communication, who has designed his own phones and developed his own network. “We’re trying to do all can to help these families communicate with each other, and especially their loved ones.”

Figgers Designed First Phone with Automatic Anti-Texting Function

Four years ago, Figgers developed the custom-designed phone the “F1” phone that has automatic anti-texting functionality and super-fast charging. Next month, he is releasing the F2 the company, which will be waterproof and shatterproof. Figgers Communication is currently one of the few telecoms in the country that manufactures its own phone and provides its own service.

As Figgers, who grew up to adopted parents in Quincy FL, looked at the devastation in Puerto Rico, he said he had to do something.“We all need to do our part to make sure that Puerto Rico gets back on its feet.”

Figgers Makes Make At An Early Age

Figgers is a child prodigy. At age 9, Freddie Figgers took apart an old IBM personal computer five times that his father bought at a local Goodwill Store. On the sixth time, he got it working. At age 13, he started working for the city of Quincy as a computer technician and network administrator in its NetQuincy department, setting up the city’s network and helping residents.

At age 16, Figgers started Figgers Computers, repairing computers and installing wireless area networks. By age 17, he created a cloud-based hosting network that stored data for more than 70 clients – law firms, car dealerships and dozens of other companies. By age 18, he had created his own computer operating system. Figgers also designed a VOIP – Voice over Internet Protocol network – that transmits voice to and from the USA from more than 80 countries’ landline and mobile connections. He achieved another milestone in 2011 when the FCC approved the company’s application to own spectrum, leading to the construction of the company’s first cellular tower.

 


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World-class Volleyball Player and Pop Singer Juliann Johnson Releases Complete

Collection features upbeat songs sending a powerful message that no obstacles can stop your dreams

Juliann Johnson(DALLAS – May 25, 2017) JuliannJohnson, a world-class volleyball player, has released her new EP – Complete, a new collection of upbeat songs that send a powerful message that no matter the obstacles, you can accomplish your dreams.

The new collection is available on all music streaming and download services, including iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon. Featured singles include In Me, Fearless, Crazy, and Light Up the Sky. http://hyperurl.co/complete

The 6-foot, 2-inch-California native, now Texas resident, says she is drawing off her own personal experiences. A year ago a severe knee injury threatened to end her volleyball career. Johnson had a doctor tell her she would never play volleyball again.  Johnson, 27, says she had plenty of time to do some soul-searching, realizing her love of her sport – and of singing.

“This album is rich with all sorts of messages that are very personal,” says Johnson, who is hoping to play volleyball in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “I’m writing songs where I want every word to count. I want people to feel that for every dream you have, there’s a reason, a purpose. I want anyone, especially young people, listening to my music, to feel like they can do anything, be anything and live beyond the boxes we tend to find ourselves stuck in.”

Johnson, a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, has had an amazing journey. Her father is Chuck Faucette, the former NFL pro-turned high school and college football coach, and her mom, Carolyn Erickson, a nationally known fitness guru. Johnson has traveled the world playing volleyball for teams in Italy, France and most recently, China. She devoted much of her childhood to gymnastics, but she grew six inches in eighth grade. That’s when she jumped into volleyball – after initially refusing to go to her first camp. “I really didn’t want to go,” she recalls. “I cried and cried. Then afterward, I realized how much I loved it.”

Johnson became a nationally-recognized college player, then after graduation headed off to play professionally in Italy, France, and China.  While playing in Italy during her second professional season, her love of music kicked into a new gear. As a child, Johnson had played the violin and sang in choirs. It wasn’t until an Italian fan noticed some of Johnson’s singing performances on YouTube. That’s when Johnson’s fans couldn’t resist: They asked her to sing Alicia Key’s “Girl on Fire” at a halftime show. Her teammates and the Italian fans fell in love with her. A local group, Italian Job, and its music producer pulled her into the studio, and that laid the groundwork for this new single, and this new album, Complete.


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Florida Telecom Entrepreneur To Award ‘Hidden Figgers’ Scholarships

Quincy, Florida’s Freddie Figgers will award $10,000 in scholarships to Quincy/Tallahassee-area graduating high school students interested in careers in software and mobile app development. Theses students will become the first “Hidden Figgers Scholars”.

Freddie Figgers(Quincy, Fla. – May 22, 2017) Freddie Figgers, the telecommunication entrepreneur and founder of Figgers Communication from Quincy, Fla., today announced the launch of the ‘Hidden Figgers’ Scholarship to recognize 10 outstanding Quincy/Tallahassee-area high school scholars who are interested in pursuing careers in software and mobile app development.

Figgers has become one of the nation’s youngest owners of a telecommunications and manufacturing company. His cellular and home phone services have access to 25 calling features at no cost, advanced communications with flexibility, and mobility.

Ten, $1,000 scholarship will be presented to outstanding graduating high school seniors who are currently attending a Quincy/Tallahassee-area schools. The students must be interested in following the impressive footsteps of Figgers, who at 27, is one of the nation’s youngest owners of a cell phone company, owns eight patents, and was recently recognized on the Tom Joyner Morning Show’s Little Known Black History Facts.

“I have always loved technology and engineering, “said Figgers, who has been repairing computers and building networks since he was nine-years-old. “I want to invest in students who are curious, interested in developing software and mobile apps who just need a little bit of help to pursue their dreams.”

An interested student must meet the following requirements:

  • Attend a high school in one of the following northern Florida counties: Leon, Gadsden, Liberty, Franklin, Wakulla, Jefferson, Madison and Taylor.
  • Will be graduating in Spring 2017
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 confirmed by unofficial transcript
  • A letter of recommendation from a teacher addressing student’s work
  • Submission of up to a 500-word essay describing the software or mobile app you would like to develop.
  • A copy of at least one acceptance letter from a college or university.

All documents for the applications must be submitted online at http://freddiefiggers.com/scholarship by 5 p.m., June 30.

For more information, contact Neil Foote, neil@neilfoote.com214.448.3765.


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Mississippi Rep. Angela Cockerham Issues Statement on Oliver’s ‘Lynching’ Comment

Statement from Mississippi Rep. Angela Cockerham (D-96) Denouncing ‘Lynching’ Comments by Rep. Karl Oliver

“I am deeply troubled by the remarks made my fellow colleague, Rep. Karl Oliver, and those House colleagues who liked such language on Rep. Oliver’s Facebook page.

As one who works across racial and party lines, it is my prayer that the healing process will continue in our state and that my House and Senate colleagues and I will work to build one Mississippi. #OneMississippi”

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Angela Cockerham is an accomplished lawyer, state legislator and educator. The Mississippi state representative, first elected in 2005, is one of 122 state representatives, representing more than 24,000 residents. She grew up in Amite County, Mississippi and has become an expert in energy and tax policy as well as leader in sentencing reform.

Cockerham, who lives in Magnolia, represents House District 96th District in Mississippi, which includes Wilkinson, Pike, Amite, and Adams counties, right along the Louisiana state line.  She’s chairman of the House Energy Committee and vice-chairman of the Management Committee. Cockerham also serves several other House Committees, including the powerful Legislative Budget Committee (LBO), Apportionment and Elections, Appropriations and is subcommittee chair of Corrections, and Wildlife Fisheries and Park.

For more information, contact Neil Foote, neil@neilfoote.com, 214.448.3765


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Juliann Johnson – World Class Volleyball Player Releases ‘Light Up the Sky’

Juliann Johnson, a world-class volleyball player, shares inspirational lyrics in new single to send a message that anyone can accomplish their dreams

(DALLAS – May 11, 2017) On the volleyball court, JuliannJohnson is known as a fierce competitor, using her height, strength and speed to outplay her opponents.  Johnson is using that same energy in the music studio, releasing her first single, “Light Up the Sky,” now available on all music streaming and download services, including iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon.

The 6-foot, 2-inch-California native, now Texas transplant says she’s hoping this new single sends a message that you can accomplish your dreams. She draws off her own personal experiences, especially over a year ago, when due to a severe knee injury, she had a doctor tell her she would never play volleyball again.  Johnson, 27, says she had plenty of time to do some soul-searching, realizing her love of her sport – and of singing.

“This song is all about a feel-good, positive vibe,” says Johnson, who is hoping to play volleyball in the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. “I’m writing songs where I want every word to count. I want people to feel that for every dream you have, there’s a reason, a purpose. I want anyone, particularly young people, listening to my music to feel like they can do anything, be anything and live beyond the boxes we tend to find ourselves stuck in.”

Johnson, a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, has had an amazing journey. Her father is Chuck Faucette, the former NFL pro-turned high school and college football coach, and her mom, Carolyn Erickson, a nationally known fitness guru. Johnson has travelled the world playing volleyball for teams in Italy, France and most recently, China. She devoted much of her childhood to gymnastics, but she grew six inches in eighth grade. That’s when she jumped into volleyball – after initially refusing to go to her first camp. “I really didn’t want to go,” she recalls. “I cried and cried. Then afterwards, I realized how much I loved it.”

Johnson became a nationally-recognized college player, then after graduation headed off to play professionally in Italy, France and China.  While playing in Italy during her second professional season, her love of music kicked into a new gear. As a child, Johnson had played the violin, and sang in choirs. It wasn’t until an Italian fan noticed some of Johnson’s singing performances on YouTube. That’s when Johnson’s fans couldn’t resist: They asked her to sing Alicia Key’s “Girl on Fire” at a halftime show. Her teammates and the Italian fans fell in love with her. A local group, Italian Job, and its music producer pulled her into the studio, and that laid the groundwork for this new single, and the forthcoming album, Complete.

Any media interested in interviewing Juliann Johnson, please contact Neil Foote, Foote Communications, neil@neilfoote.com214.448.3765.  For sponsors or other business opportunities, please contact Sandra Smith, sandra@resident-alien.us .


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American Idol Winner Ruben Studdard Releases Sam Cooke’s ‘A Change is Gonna Come’

RUBEN STUDDARD, THE FAMED AMERICAN IDOL WINNING R&B, POP AND GOSPEL SINGER, RELEASES POWERFUL NEW VERSION OF SAM COOKE’S CLASSIC, ‘A CHANGE IS GONNA COME’

Dr. Henry Panion III, the renowned composer, arranger and conductor, produced the piece recorded live at downtown Birmingham’s Lyric Theatre

BIRMINGHAM, March 20, 2017 – Ruben Studdard, the famed American Idol-winning R&B, pop and gospel singer, has released a powerful new version of Sam Cooke’s classic, ‘A Change is Gonna Come’ recorded live at downtown Birmingham’s Lyric Theatre.

Dr. Henry Panion, III produced and conducted the live orchestra recording during the 2016 Fred L. Shuttlesworth Awards Celebration. Panion is best known for his work with a “who’s who” in music, including Stevie Wonder, Kirk Franklin, Chaka Khan, the Winans, Aretha Franklin, Tramaine Hawkins, and American Idol Winners Carrie Underwood and Studdard.

Perfect Timing for Release of  Song

The release of the song comes right on the heels of one of President Barack Obama’s final acts before leaving office: Designating Birmingham Alabama’s (USA) Civil Rights District as a National Monument.

“Sam Cooke’s original became an anthem to the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s,” said Panion, who produces music out of his company, Audiostate 55 Recording Studio and Entertainment Company in Birmingham. “We believe that Ruben’s new version is right on time. Everybody could use a little soul and inspiration.”

Panion said this new version of ‘A Change is Gonna Come’ is reminiscent of the original, but he adds “splashes of Harp, B3 Organ, horns, and strings to create an aural palette that would have made Sam Cooke, himself, very proud.”

The single is available on all platforms, including iTunes and GooglePlay.

Any media interested in interview Studdard or Panion may contact Neil Foote, Foote Communications, 214.448.3765, neil@neilfoote.com.

 

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Tom Joyner Foundation and Toyota Financial Services Donate $60,000 to Support HBCUs

Five Historically Black Colleges and Universities and The Tom Joyner Foundation to Each Receive $10,000 from Toyota Financial Services in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

$60,000 contribution will help further boost college retention and graduation rates, seen as key to ensuring the fulfillment of Dr. King’s dream for America.

(DALLAS, January 13, 2017) In honor of the life and vision of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Toyota Financial Services (TFS) is continuing its support of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and their communities, by providing $60,000 to five HBCUs as well as the Tom Joyner Foundation.

“For the third year, we’re so glad to partner with Toyota Financial Services in supporting the vision of HBCUs,” said Thomas Joyner, Jr., President and CEO of the Foundation.  “These scholarships are an important investment in these schools, and are critical in helping students pursue their dreams.”

The following universities will each receive $10,000:

  1. Paul Quinn College in Dallas, Texas
  2. Benedict College in Columbia, S.C.
  3. Mississippi Valley State University in Itta Bena, Miss.
  4. Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, N.C.
  5. Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins, Texas

TFS is donating an additional $10,000 to support the Tom Joyner Foundation, as well.  The foundation provides academic support, scholarships, and programming to over 80 HBCUs in the Southern and Eastern United States.  The overall goal of these contributions is to support educational opportunities within many of the communities in which TFS operates.

“Education should be accessible to all – but many talented young minds are unable to complete their college education and realize their full potential because of the lack of financial aid,” said Mike Groff, TFS president and CEO.  “In keeping with TFS’ deeply held commitment to diversity and inclusion, we are honored to support the mission of HBCUs and help these students reach their academic and professional aspirations.”

The college graduation rate for African-American students in the U.S. stands at 42%, as opposed to 62% for their white counterparts, according to the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education Financial support of universities is key in black student retention, thereby producing high graduation rates.

“Dr. King’s dream included the belief that young people should be given an opportunity to receive the best education possible,” said John Ridgeway, TFS Corporate Manager of TFS’ Customer Service Center in Maryland.  “As a Toyota executive and an HBCU alumnus, I am proud to see Toyota Financial Services supporting these fine institutions and advocating higher education within our communities.”

Al Smith, TFS Group Vice President, Service Operations and Corporate Planning, added, “Financial support has become an area of critical need for a growing number of HBCUs. Providing this support not only keeps students on track, but contributes to the sustainment of these HBCUs and helps them address the issues that impact student retention.”

TFS has been named a DiversityInc Top 50 company for the past nine years in a row, and has been consistently recognized by Black Enterprise, Hispanic Business, and the Human Rights Campaign as a Best Company for Diversity and one of the Best Places to Work. TFS has provided millions of dollars in scholarships to deserving students across the nation, its executives actively support and sponsor the company’s many diversity and inclusion initiatives, and its associates have devoted their time and talents to many meaningful national- and community-based programs.

For more information, contact Neil Foote, media relations, Tom Joyner Foundation(neil.foote@tomjoynerfoundation.org, 214.448.3765) or Justin Leach, public relations manager, Toyota Financial Services (justin_leach@toyota.com, 310.468.5332).

About The Tom Joyner Foundation
The Tom Joyner Foundation (http://tomjoynerfoundation.org) was founded in 1998 as the brainchild of nationally syndicated radio personality Tom Joyner. The mission of the Foundation is to support historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) with scholarships, endowments and capacity-building enhancements. The Foundation has provided necessary support to every HBCU in its 18-year history to help sustain and preserve the legacies of these valuable institutions. Through fundraising and donor development initiatives, $65 million has been raised to support more than 29,000 students attending HBCUs. Additionally, the Foundation has recommended internships, offered matching grant support, and career development to deserving students.

 

About Toyota Financial Services

Toyota Financial Services (TFS) is the finance and insurance brand for Toyota in the United States, offering retail auto financing and leasing through Toyota Motor Credit Corporation (TMCC) and Toyota Lease Trust. TFS also offers extended service contracts through Toyota Motor Insurance Services (TMIS). The company services Lexus dealers and customers using the Lexus Financial Services brand. TFS currently employs approximately 3,100 associates nationwide, and has assets totaling nearly $116 billion. It is part of a worldwide network of comprehensive financial services offered by Toyota Financial Services Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation. We announce material financial information using the investor relations section of our website (www.toyotafinancial.com) and SEC filings. We use these channels, press releases, and social media to communicate about our company, our services, and other issues. While not all information we post on social media is of a material nature, some information could be material. Therefore, we encourage those interested in our company to review our posts on Twitter at www.twitter.com/toyotafinancial. Points of Light has named TFS one of its Civic 50, which recognizes the most community-minded companies in the nation. For more information about the company’s support of financial literacy, youth development programs, and other community initiatives, please visit www.tfsinthecommunity.com.


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Built4U Mobile Offers Five Tips on What You Need to Know About Your Phone Contract

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Built4U Mobile, a telecom start-up, offers five tips on what you need to need to know about your mobile phone contract that many people ignore – or simply don’t understand.

Darrell Woolen

Darrell Woolen

The company (http://built4umobile.com), founded by Darrell Woolen, a veteran of the telecommunications industry, said too many people don’t understand what they’re paying for every month they get their bill or the details of what their contract allows them to do.

“I talk to so many people who are paying fees for items that they don’t understand or even know what’s really in their contract,” said Woolen who started the firm because he, along with so many friends and family, complained about their rising cell phone bills. “I know. I was one of those people. Now, I know what to look for.”

Woolen said here are five key items every person should review – and ask your mobile provider about it:

  • Unlimited data: Is it really? You need to review your bill, then call customer service to confirm what your plan includes, and how much you’re paying in overage fees. Do you understand how much data your APPs, videos and games really use?
  • Contract term: So many mobile companies now are allowing you to pay for your new phone on a monthly basis on top of your monthly phone charges. Do you really understand how much you’re really paying for your phone? What if you get some extra cash and want to pay extra to pay for your new phone sooner? Can you do that? Is it just cheaper to pay for your new phone outright?
  • “Reasonable usage”: What does this mean? How does this affect my monthly costs?
  • Changing providers: Some companies are allowing you to “break your contract” to switch providers. This may not be as easy as it seems. Find out what the actual costs of switching.
  • Overage fees: Are you paying attention to how much you’re paying for every (SMS) text message that exceeds your plan? How much are you paying for your extra services to your plan that you’re no longer using?

Woolen’s team consists of a group of experienced sales, telecommunications and operations executives who joined him to start the nationwide full-service mobile telephone company. Convenience and flexibility are among the key components of the Built4U model. Customers can sign up for plans online 24/7, contact a local sales agent or call by phone (855-399-2470) to have access to high-quality multi-carrier networks available around the country. The company offers customers a full suite of products, including voice, text, data and cell phones. No contracts for service are required and devices are available with $0 interest for a two-year agreement, with approved credit.

Built4U Mobile is signing up direct sales agents, (built4ucareers.com) avoiding traditional brick-and-mortar stores to keep overhead costs low. Woolen is also giving back to the community. As part of its social entrepreneurship philosophy, Built4U Mobile is lining up strategic partnerships with local schools, colleges, and churches so it can raise money from cell phone usage. Recently, Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III of Friendship-West Baptist Church added Built4U Mobile to its West Wall Street Initiative, an effort to empower local businesses and consumers to reinvest in their communities.

For more information about the company, investment opportunities or to set up interviews with Mr. Woolen, contact Neil Foote, Foote Communications, LLC, 214.448.3765, neil@neilfoote.com


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Built4U Mobile, A New Nationwide Mobile Telephone Company, Signing Up Direct Sales Agents

Great opportunity to earn extra income and offer new phone service

Full page photoDALLAS – June 8, 2016 – Built4U Mobile, a telecom start-up, is signing up direct sales agents to become part of its new nationwide mobile telephone company that offers a full suite of products and services for customers tired of overpaying for their phone services.

Anyone interested in becoming an agent can sign up online at built4ucareers.com. The company is setting out to avoid traditional brick-and-mortar stores to keep overhead costs low. In doing so, the company pays higher commissions to our agents and recycles money back into the community. Agents earn residual commissions and portions of each sale are shared with a local partner charter. The opportunity is available to college students and professionals of all backgrounds.

Company giving back to community

The company’s founder, Darrell Woolen, is building the infrastructure for what he believes will become a highly profitable company, but he wants to make sure he also gives back to the community. As part of its social entrepreneurship philosophy, Built4U Mobile is lining up strategic partnerships with local schools, colleges, and churches so they can raise money from cell phone usage. “We like to think of it as recycling revenues back into the communities we serve,” Woolen said. Recently, Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III of Friendship-West Baptist Church, added Built4U Mobile to its West Wall Street Initiative, an effort to empower local businesses and consumers to reinvest in their communities.

“We’re looking for individuals who are hungry and share our passion for our product,” said Woolen, who has more than 35 years in the telecommunications industry founded the nationwide full-service mobile telephone company. “There’s a great opportunity to earn extra income, and, in the long run, help support your family and community.”

Woolen started the firm because he, along with so many friends and family, complained about their rising cell phone bills. Built4U Mobile has no hidden costs. Customers pay for what you want and what you use. Said Woolen, “It’s easy to sign up, get going and start using your phone without worrying about how much your phone bill will be every month.”

Woolen’s team consists of a group of experienced sales, telecommunications and operations executives who joined him to start the nationwide full-service mobile telephone company. Convenience and flexibility are among the key components of the Built4U model. Customers can sign up for plans online 24/7, contact a local sales agent or call by phone (855-399-2470) to have access to high-quality multi-carrier networks available around the country. The company offers customers a full suite of products, including voice, text, data and cell phones. No contracts for service are required and devices are available with $0 interest for a two-year agreement, with approved credit.


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Built4U Mobile Launches New Service with Full Suite of Products and Services

Offers Solution to Customers Tired of Overpaying and Sets Out to Recycle Dollars Back to Communities

DALLAS, June 8, 2016 – Built4U Mobile, a telecom start-up, has launched a new nationwide mobile telephone company with a full suite of products and services that are targeting customers tired of overpaying for their phone services.

The company (http://built4umobile.com) also is lining up partnerships with local institutions, such Full page photoas local school districts, colleges and faith-based groups, to allow them to generate revenue and create opportunities. Darrell Woolen, Built4UMobile’s founder, has more than 35 years in the telecommunications industry, working for such companies AT&T, Sprint, Com Systems and DSC Communication. He started the nationwide full-service mobile telephone company because he, along with so many friends and family, complained about their rising cell phone bills.

“Let’s face it,” Woolen said. “We can’t live without our cell phones nowadays. Built4U Mobile has no hidden costs or agendas. You pay for what you want and what you use. It’s easy to sign up, get going and start using your phone without worrying about how much your phone bill will be every month.”

Experienced team

Woolen’s team consists of a group of experienced sales, telecommunications, and operations executives who joined him to start the company. Convenience and flexibility are among the key components of the Built4U model. Customers can sign up for plans online 24/7, contact a local sales agent or call by phone (855-399-2470) to have access to high-quality multi-carrier networks available around the country. The company offers customers a full suite of products, including voice, text, data and cell phones. No contracts for service are required and devices are available with $0 interest for a two-year agreement, with approved credit.

Looking for sales agents

Built4U Mobile also is signing up direct sales agents, (built4ucareers.com) avoiding traditional brick-and-mortar stores to keep overhead costs low. The company’s founder, Darrell Woolen is setting out to create a highly profitable company, but wants to make sure he’s also giving back to the community. As part of its social entrepreneurship philosophy, Built4U Mobile is negotiating strategic partnerships with local schools, colleges, and churches so they can raise money from cell phone usage. “We like to think of it as recycling revenues back into the communities we serve,” Woolen said. Recently, Dr. Frederick D. Haynes, III of Friendship-West Baptist Church, added Built4U Mobile to its West Wall Street Initiative, an effort to empower local businesses and consumers to reinvest in their communities.

“Of course, we’re looking to become a hugely successful company,” Woolen said. “But we are also about community development, we have a passion for it. We want to help school districts, colleges, and churches have the resources to prepare the next generation.”


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