Brick, NJ (October 13, 2006) â€“ North American Video, a leading provider of security systems to the gaming industry, announces their partnership with the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation's Drive for Diabetes charity golf tournament hosted at Foxwoods' Lake of Isles golf course.
"North American Video has always been a source of fresh air when Foxwoods Surveillance needs immediate, friendly and professional assistance," said Tim Bohr, Surveillance Director, Foxwoods Resort and Casino. "Ron & Cyndi Freschi are always available for our long term and last minute equipment needs. Our relationship with North American Video dates back to our inception into the gaming world and their sales, service and technical expertise has never wavered. I consider North American Video part of the Foxwoods family."
The prevalence of Type 2 diabetes among Native Americans in the United States is 12% for those over 19 years of age. Today, diabetes has reached epidemic proportions among Native Americans; complications from diabetes are major causes of death and health problems in most Native American populations.
"When I asked for their support in our upcoming inaugural 'Drive for Diabetes' charity golf tournament, NAV never hesitated to join us in this important charity event," continued Mr. Bohr. "The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, Foxwoods Resort Casino and the MPTN Surveillance Department would like to express our appreciation to North American Video for their continued support of our daily operating needs as well as our personal attempts to help others that are afflicted with Diabetes."
"We are proud to contribute to this worthy cause and applaud the Foxwoods family for their efforts in organizing and staging this important fund raiser," said Ron Freschi, Director of Large Systems Sales, North American Video.