Spire Integrated Systems Donates Theater System to C.S. Mott’s Children Hospital
Spire Integrated Systems Inc, a leading integrator of audio visual technologies, continue its philanthropic mission of providing a world class movie theater experience for hospitalized children. The Detroit based company joined with top audiovisual and control manufacturers to provide a world class experience for pediatric inpatients at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital.
Since 1903, The University of Michigan has led the way in providing comprehensive, specialized health care for children. From leading-edge heart surgery that’s performed in the womb to complete emergency care that’s there
when it’s needed most, families from all over come to the University of Michigan C.S Mott Children’s Hospital for its pediatric expertise.
“Spire’s Theater for Kids program was created to help provide a positive and enjoyable experience for children during their intensive treatment at the hospital. We are extremely proud of the program’s success, and look forward to reaching out to other children’s hospitals in need. ” said Navot Shoresh, President, Spire Integrated Systems, Inc.
Theater product donations were provided by AMX, Bowers&Wilkins, Kaleidescape and the Shoresh family.
For over a decade, Spire has been nationally recognized for producing award-winning audio/video, lighting and automation systems. Since 2006, Spire’s Theater For Kids program has benefited three southeast MI area Hospitals.
For more information about Spire and the program please visit www.spireintegrated.com