Computer Security Mogul Gregory D. Evans Receives Humanitarian Award for 2nd Time
National Sales Network Recognizes Founder of SPOOFEM.com as a Community Benefactor
ATLANTA, GA — (Marketwire) — 12/16/10 — Cyber Security Expert and Founder of SPOOFEM.com (PINKSHEETS: SPFM), Gregory D. Evans, has recently received National Sales Network’s 2010 1st Humanitarian Award for his continuing involvement within the community. Evans was honored as an outstanding Humanitarian and recognized as an industry leader who positively impacted the lives of others.
“I am truly honored and humbled to receive the 2010 National Sales Network Humanitarian Award,” commented Cyber Security Expert, Gregory Evans. “It is very important for people to understand that I give back to the community, not for recognition, but because it needs to be done. In 2002 I received the NACCP Humanitarian Award. I’m proud I can continue to bless others and hope other business owners take lead.”
Mecca Moore, President of National Sales Network, Atlanta Chapter, stated, “The National Sales Network selected Mr. Evans for the 1st Humanitarian Award for his charitable support of the organization and his contributions to the community.”
As a community benefactor, Evans realizes he has overcome the obstacles that block many others from similar accomplishments. He is very much aware of his power to serve as a positive role model for young people who might otherwise gravitate toward unproductive or unlawful lifestyles. He has given away scholarships and laptop computers to two underprivileged young ladies, allowing them the full opportunity to attend college. Without Evans’ support, the two young ladies may not have been able to pursue a college education.
“I was very thankful to receive the scholarship from Mr. Evans,” commented Myia Veasey, currently a student at Paine College. “Prior to receiving the scholarship I was not sure what I was going to do about my college tuition. I am truly grateful that I am able to attend school.”
For over five years Evans has demonstrated outstanding leadership within the community and the computer security industry. He’s provided hockey, basketball, and concert tickets to over 100 children who have never experienced a sporting event, who were also provided with limousine transportation to and from the events. Evans and his team of employees have volunteered at various food banks throughout Atlanta, donated SPOOFEM.com cards to battered women shelters allowing them to make phone calls to family members without the possibility of being located, and helped several homeless families from The Salvation Army Family Division by taking them shopping for new school and work clothes.
Aside from being a community benefactor, Evans is a trailblazer continuing to excel and reach new heights.
For more information about Cyber Security Expert, Gregory Evans, visit http://gregorydevans.com/bio.
SPOOFEM.com, now a publicly traded company, began as a caller ID spoofing service, but has now expanded to include several new functionality elements, features and services. SPOOFEM.com offers more free and powerful tools than any other identification spoofing service such as SPOOFTEXT and SPOOFMAIL. These services allow you to send anonymous text messages and emails.