Giving back to the community is an important part of Prismworks Technology staff culture. In an effort to give back and beautify our “home” in Hummelstown, the Prismworks staff is participating in the PennDOT Adopt-A-Highway Program.

(From left to right) Prismworks COO & Partner Josh Morey, CEO Mike Glumac, volunteer Drake G., and Managed Services Engineer Justin G. take a quick break during their pickup.

The Prismworks staff adopted two miles of roadway on Hershey Road from J. Carl Williams Boulevard to the Devonshire Heights Road intersection. Prismworks held its first pick-up day on April 26. Fourteen staff members and volunteers tackled the two-mile stretch to collect almost 30 bags of litter and debris from alongside the bustling roadway.

The pickup coincided with The Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, an initiative to work together so Pennsylvania residents can live, work, and play in a clean and green community.

“Our first pickup was a great success,” said Josh Morey, COO & Partner for Prismworks. “We wanted to participate in Adopt-A-Highway for a shared staff experience that got everyone outdoors and contributing to our local community. We couldn’t have asked for better weather for our first event.”

The Prismworks staff will host more pickup events to maintain the roadway for the next two years. Be on the lookout for our Adopt-A-Highway markers on Route 39!

Prismworks Technology staff members and volunteers celebrate the end of their first pickup event with a group photo. The Prismworks office is located along the adopted highway segment on Hershey Road.
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