Samsung, CompUSA Donates To Arnold Palmer Hospital


Ridgefield Park, N.J. — Samsung’s Four Seasons of Hope and CompUSA will donate a portion of Samsung product sales from the retailer’s outlets in the U.S. from Nov. 1 to Dec. 31 to benefit the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.

In addition to proceeds from the sales of any Samsung mobile phone or the Samsung's 931-B or 225B Monitor, each store will be selling donation cards in the amounts of $1, $3 and $5 to support the cause. Customers can also enter the Samsung “Tee it Up Sweepstakes” at for a chance to win a grand prize that includes a trip for two to the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March 2007 to Meet Arnold Palmer and attend the PGA event.

“Supporting the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children through Samsung's Four Seasons of Hope program has been a rewarding experience for CompUSA and our employees,” said Hal Compton Jr., sales and operations VP, CompUSA. “Mr. Palmer and his foundation do so much for children and we are grateful to support such a first-class athlete and Samsung.”

D.J. Oh, president/CEO of Samsung Electronics America, said, “The Samsung Four Seasons of Hope program is in its sixth year of giving back to the charities and communities we support. We have raised more than $7 million to date. Arnold Palmer and his foundation, coupled with support from retail partner CompUSA, are exceptional partners who are truly helping us make a difference in the lives of children.”

The Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children has been a benefactor of Samsung's Four Seasons of Hope since its inception in 2002. Samsung's Four Seasons of Hope is an innovative philanthropy program that combines the forces of major national retailers with sports, music and civic personalities, to benefit children, families and communities in need. For more information on the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and Samsung's Four Seasons of Hope, please visit and


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