Clear Touch™ Community Efforts provide meals to hurricane victims

September 28, 2017

Greenville, S.C. – As part of their community service program for 2017, Clear Touch Interactive®, an American-owned and operated company headquartered in South Carolina and a leading provider of multi-touch interactive flat panels for education and business, transformed their recent national team meeting into a community-focused effort to aid those who had been affected by Hurricane Irma.

The team, including Clear Touch™ representatives from across the U.S., partnered with Meals of Hope, a Florida-based organization, to pack 10,000 meals in less than 90 minutes. (A time-lapse video of the event can be found here.) The project was one of many that the company will complete this year, reinforcing their corporate commitment to helping others in need across the U.S.

“It is important to us that we continue to be “Hands On” to address needs within our communities,” said West Martin, Vice President of Sales at Clear Touch™. “There is no greater honor than being able to help in times of need, whether that be the children in our schools, the families in our communities, or those touched by natural disasters. We’re honored to be able to serve alongside Meals of Hope for this project, and we’re looking focusing on future opportunities to continue to reach out and serve. We’re also encouraging others to do the same; the need is so great and far-reaching, but every touch, every contribution, and every initiative helps and also sustains hope for those in need.”


Founded in 2012, Clear Touch Interactive®, Inc. is transforming interactive experiences for educational institutions, government agencies and commercial enterprises. Clear Touch™ panels, related accessories and software provide a truly immersive experience with twenty simultaneous points of touch and rapid refresh rates, HD LED display technology that produces brilliant colors on an anti-glare, anti-friction tempered glass surface, and are available in six sizes ranging from 55 to 86 inches. For more information, visit