As a team-building activity, managers and senior executives from Pittsburgh-based Vector Security constructed travel-version wheelchairs for donation to the Keystone chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America.

The activity was part of Vector University, a 2-year internal management-level program for employees.

As part of the exercise, Vector Security split up into teams, and then participated in challenges to earn parts of the chairs that were needed to complete the wheelchair assembly.

“We are pleased to support the Keystone Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America,” says Art Miller, vice president of marketing for Vector Security, in a media release. “As a company, Vector Security not only protects the communities we serve, we also support them. We are honored to give back to these veterans who have sacrificed for our country.”

Joe Dornbrock, Keystone PVA executive director, shares that these types of team building events go a long way in helping to provide additional mobility to individuals outside their existing means. “We are very appreciative of companies like Vector Security to provide these resources,” he states.

[Source(s): Vector Security, PR Newswire]