Bose, Good Guys Bring Entertainment to Children's Hospitals
Bose Corporation and The Good Guys recently joined the Elf Foundation in support of the charity's latest mission. Last month, both parties officially kicked-off the launch of the new Bose home entertainment systems in the West Coast marketplace. Associates from the retailer and manufacturer partnered to merchandise and deliver over 3,000 customer demonstrations at 71 Good Guys stores.
Bose Corporation also delivered a $10,000 donation to the Elf Foundation, the Good Guy's preferred charity, known nationally for its work with sick children and hospitals. The organization raises money to install entertainment theaters in pediatric wards to help children and their parents endure the treatment associated with serious illnesses. They create what are called "Rooms of Magic," which bring music, film and radio to care facilities by using high-quality audio and video products that are purchased with charitable funds and donated by suppliers.
"Good Guys always aligns itself with charities to help children in need, and we are honored to have Bose Corporation, a strategic partner, join our ongoing efforts," said Tim Coakley, Good Guys vice president and general merchandise manager.