Vonage has been named the “Smartest Company in America” after winning the “Lincoln Intelligence Project.” For winning this contest, Lincoln will donate $100,000 to the American Red Cross Jersey Coast Chapter on behalf of Vonage.
The Lincoln Intelligence Project searched nationwide for the most technologically and socially savvy company, with more than 21 companies competing for the honor. Vonage employees competed in games to showcase their intelligence, earning points toward winning the contest and benefiting the company’s charity of choice: the American Red Cross Jersey Coast Chapter.
Executives from Lincoln will join Vonage to present the $100,000 donation to the American Red Cross on Thursday.
Quote: Graham McGonigal, Vonage's Sr. VP of Network Operstions and a Board Member of the Jersey Coast Chapter
Photos: Lincoln presents a check for $100,000 to the American Red Cross Jersey Coast Chapter on behalf of Vonage. The Holmdel, NJ-based communications company earned the donation after being named ‘Smartest Company in America’ in the “Lincoln Intelligence Project.”
Pictured from left to right are: Marc Lefar, Vonage Chief Executive Officer; Dr. Steven Crawford, Chairman of the Board of Directors, American Red Cross South Jersey Region; Nancy Orlando, American Red Cross Regional CEO of the South Jersey Region; Graham McGonigal, Vonage Senior Vice President of Network Operations and a board member of the American Red Cross Jersey Coast Chapter; Debi Heptig, Major Gift Officer for the American Red Cross South Jersey Region; and Dave Perczak, Lincoln Area Manager