On Friday The Control Group partnered with the nonprofit I Love A Clean San Diego to remove trash from Pacific Beach. Dozens of The Control Group employees gathered to comb the beach for debris, picking up a total of 119 pounds of garbage.
This cleanup effort marked the fifth consecutive year that The Control Group and I Love A Clean San Diego teamed up.
“Our Pacific Beach office is just a few steps away from the beach, so everyone at The Control Group is personally invested in keeping it as clean as possible,” said Senior Communications Manager Kacey Nomura. “We’re proud to work with I Love A Clean San Diego every year. Our efforts don’t just help locals and tourists enjoy the beautiful Pacific Beach coast, they also protect San Diego’s marine wildlife.”
I Love A Clean San Diego is one of the many nonprofits that the tech company supports. The Control Group has also partnered with The O’Farrell Charter School, Clairemont High School Academy of Business, San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation, Hoover High School AOIT, Junior Achievement of San Diego, International Rescue Committee, Friends of Downtown, Together We Bake and the Helen Woodward Animal Center.
About The Control Group
Created in 2011, The Control Group is one of the fastest-growing technology companies headquartered in San Diego. Their expertise is in web development and internet marketing. The company is the developer of InstantCheckmate.com, one of the top people search engines in the world. Because the company is already profitable, it has been able to develop a company culture that is shaking up the technology sector. At the core of its company culture, The Control Group seeks to make a positive impact in its community by volunteering, supporting and getting involved in numerous important causes.
About I Love A Clean San Diego
Founded as the San Diego War Against Litter Committee (WALC) in 1954, I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) has worked to improve the health and beauty of San Diego for over 60 years. In the 1970s “I Love A Clean San Diego” was the slogan for the organization’s anti-litter campaign and in 1980 it became the organization’s name. In 1989, ILACSD merged with the San Diego Ecology Center, joining two leading environmental organizations together to better serve the community, under one name. ILACSD continues to be San Diego’s leading environmental organization in San Diego County connecting over 60,000 youth and adults with the local environment each year.