Rose International
and its Employees Donate to
September 11 Victims

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Rose International and its Employees Donate to September 11 Victims

St. Louis-based IT firm forgoes holiday parties, gifts, to help those in need.

ST. LOUIS, November 9, 2001 – Rose International, a leader in information technology consulting, today announced that the company and its employees have donated $18,000 to the American Red Cross and the New York Firefighters 9-11 Fund.

“These attacks affected all of us deeply, regardless of our geographic proximity to them,” said Mrs. Himanshu Bhatia, Rose International CEO. “I think that most everyone wanted to do something to help, including our employees.”

“Therefore, our employees made the decision to forego the annual holiday parties and gifts, so that we could donate the money to those who need it more,” she said.

In addition, employees donated their own money to the cause, with Rose matching their donations dollar-for-dollar.

“We just wanted to help,” said Leslie Crosby, Marketing Specialist, Rose International. “It was an easy decision.”

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About Rose International

Founded in 1993, St. Louis-based Rose International is a leader in providing information technology solutions to corporations and government agencies nationwide. Rose has consistently been recognized as one of the pre-eminent IT consulting firms in the country, and its CEO, Himanshu Bhatia, is considered a leader in the industry. This year, Mrs. Bhatia was named the SBA Small-Business Person of the Year for the State of Missouri and was also recognized with a Working Woman Entrepreneurial Excellence Award. The company has been named to the Technology Fast 50 and 500 for the past four years; the Inc 500 for two consecutive years; and the Working Woman 500 the past two years, among many other honors.

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