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Cydcor Kicks Off New Cydcor Cares Program With 'Reading Fair' at Local Boys and Girls Club.

Leading global provider of outsourced, face-to-face sales teams continues its dedication to local community with new program

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Cydcor, the leading provider of outsourced, face-to-face sales teams, announced that it kicked off its new Cydcor Cares Program with a reading fair that took place at the Boys and Girls Club in Thousand Oaks, California. During the event, Cydcor team members read to children from kindergarten to fourth-grade ages while dressed up as memorable fictional characters.



Local independent used bookstore, The Bookaneer, donated bags of children's books to the event, which team members will read to the children and display for them to browse. Eight team members from Cydcor participated in the event, volunteering in areas including reading, acting out scenes from books, and coordinating the flow of the event.

"We believe that community involvement is a collaborative effort," said Gary Polson, CEO of Cydcor. "The vision of this program is to create real service opportunities for individuals as well as group team member participation. At Cydcor, our goal is to live up to the Behaviors We Value by giving back to the community."

Cydcor Cares enables team members to work together and use the eight volunteer hours that Cydcor offers to all team members yearly. Additionally, the Cydcor Cares program, offered quarterly, puts local and remote team members in direct contact with low to no-cost charitable opportunities that they can participate in individually or as an organized group activity. It also provides team members with an opportunity to support causes and organizations that are important to them.

The Cydcor Cares Program was created on the heels of Cydcor's Neighborhood Leader Program, which provides an opportunity to Cydcor's network of independent sales offices to donate to their local communities through charity and volunteer work. Since inception, the sales offices have dedicated almost 300 hours and helped more than 28 organizations.

"We're thrilled that Cydcor selected the Boys and Girls Club for their event and look forward to a day filled with fun and learning," said Georgi Harden, director of the Boys and Girls Club of Thousand Oaks. "It's a great opportunity for the children and further demonstrates the wide array of programs we have available."

"I think it's wonderful that a local company has made it a priority to give back to their local community and provide such a great program to children," said Tracey Benedict, owner of The Bookaneer. "I was more than happy to donate all that I could - I know that the program will be a huge success."

Future plans for the Cydcor Cares Program include participation in environmental impact programs, food kitchens, community bake sales, tutoring, and business building programs given by team members in areas including interview skills, resume building, and career coaching.

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About Cydcor, Inc.

Cydcor, Inc., is the leading provider of outsourced, face-to-face sales teams to a diverse client base of companies in a range of industries, including telecommunications, office products, retail energy, and financial services. Cydcor works with a network of independently owned corporate licensee (ICL) Cydcor sales offices providing clients with access to more than 2,700 sales professionals and nearly 200 offices in North America. The privately held company is based in Westlake Village, California. For more information about Cydcor, log on to

About the Boys and Girls Clubs of Conejo and Las Virgenes

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo & Las Virgenes was formed to serve the more than 30,000 young people of our communities, providing them with excellent, time-tested programs that offer leadership training, character development, and programs in the arts, sports and fitness. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo & Las Virgenes currently have two Clubs operating in Thousand Oaks; Los Cerritos Middle School, which opened in January 2004 and Colina Middle School, recently opening its doors in June 2007. Fundraising is underway to build four other facilities on middle school campuses throughout the Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Oak Park, Westlake Village and Thousand Oaks areas in the next few years.

About The Bookaneer

The Bookaneer opened for business in Thousand Oaks in 1992 and buys, sells and trades good quality paperback books and some hardback books. Books are accepted for sale or trade on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. The books sold are priced at 50% off the cover price unless otherwise marked.

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