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Climb 4 Kids Video

A few weeks ago, Teza employees participated in the After-School All-Stars Climb 4 Kids event in New York City, raising money for ASAS’ programs. Participants climbed the stars at 4 World Trade Center, a feat that involved over 1200 feet. The event raised nearly $95,000 and concluded with an after party at the top of the WTC. Teza’s Kerran Flanagan finished third overall. Below is a video highlighting evening.

All-Star Climb 4 Kids Raises Nearly $95,000

The All-Star Climb 4 Kids, a challenge organized by After-School All-Stars to climb the steps of 4 World Trade Center, raised almost $95,000 last week. The 68 floor, 1,632 step journey had over 200 participants, including a team from Teza Technologies. Teza’s own Kerran Flanagan finished third overall, completing the climb in 11 minutes and 19 seconds. The event was capped off with an after-party at the top.

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Next Week: Teza Sponsors After-School All-Stars Stair Climb 2015

Teza has supported After School All-Stars programming in Chicago over the past few years, and the company is getting its New York office involved with an upcoming event. Teza is challenging its employees to climb 68 floors of 4 World Trade Center as part of the After-School All-Stars Stair Climb. It is 1200 feet to the top of 4 World Trade Center.
The climb starts at 5:00 PM October 22, 2015.

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This fitness event mirrors the challenge that ASAS poses to their All-Star Students every day. Dream big. Reach for the stars. Make healthy lifestyle choices and engage in physical activity on a daily basis. ASAS has issued the same challenge to their network of supporters, and Teza doesn’t back down from a challenge!

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