goCharge Aids in Hurricane Irma Support in Partnership With Chase by Providing Mobile Device Charging Stations to Local CommunitiesHilary Walke
goCharge is proud to have teamed up with Chase in a partnership rollout to provide power to the communities affected by Hurricane Irma by placing cell phone charging stations throughout Florida.
All citizens and those in need of power may use these 30 mobile device charging stations for free to ensure they are able to charge up and stay connected to family and loved ones. goCharge charging stations provide multiple, easy-to-use lockers for a safe and secure environment for cell phones and tablets while they’re charging.
goCharge has been providing its Charging Station solutions to JP Morgan Chase since 2011, primarily for external conferences and external experiential events across the country. This is their first time placing the Stations in actual Chase branches. “Our customers are our number one priority,” said David Walke, CEO of goCharge. “Chase wants to make sure everyone is safe, charged up and able to communicate with family, friends, and others. Our mobile device charging stations provide a safe haven for Florida citizens, and on behalf of Chase, we’re happy to work with Chase to touch the lives of so many.”
Florida cities where the charging stations are located: Cocoa, Hialeah, Jacksonville, Lake Worth, Miami, Miami Beach, Naples, North Port, Orlando, Oviedo, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Port Charlotte, Port St. Lucie, Tampa, Zephyrhills, Tarpon Springs, Clearwater, Largo, Ocoee, Delray Beach, Pinellas Park.
goCharge is well-known for its high-quality customer service which was a priority for Chase when selecting a partner. goCharge will be on high alert throughout the next few days and weeks as thousands of beleaguered citizens find relief and power through mobile device charging stations.