Matt’s Fish Camp in Lewes, part of the SoDel Concepts hotel group, and ThinkSecureNet recently teamed up to bring lunch for Delaware State Police Troop 7 in Lewes.
âTroop 7 worked hard during the state of emergency, and will continue to do so as the beaches reopen,â said Emily Voshell, account manager at ThinkSecureNet, which is headquartered in Lewes and provides solutions. managed IT and support to local businesses as well as to customers nationwide in all industries. SecureNetÂ®, a division of ThinkSecureNet, focuses exclusively on healthcare IT solutions.
âWe know SoDel Concepts has done a lot to help the community in these difficult times, and to thank SoDel and Troop 7, we wanted to buy a lunch for the police personnel,â she continued. âWe want to congratulate SoDel Concepts and its team for their incredible efforts. “
The two companies share the cost of the lunch.
ThinkSecureNet founder Jack Berberian has helped raise funds for hospital medical supplies and offered free assistance services to first responders and their families.
ThinkSecureNet also covered the cost of rooms for first responders, soldiers, firefighters and nurses, and ensured that food and other items – as well as hotel accommodation – were available for staff. health if necessary. The company also opened an account with a national food distributor to provide food and other affordable items to the ThinkSecureNet team and their families.
SoDel Concepts recently donated $ 87,000 to the Beebe Medical Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund.
SoDel Concepts offers contactless deliveries to the curb with online ordering and payment during the state of emergency. The company’s 12 restaurants will open for sit-down service on Monday, June 1. Reservations are required.
For a list of SoDel Concepts restaurants with take out menus, visit sodelconcepts.com/carryoutmenus. For more information on ThinkSecureNet, visit www.thinksecurenet.com.