Managed Services company


Managed Services company Business Continuity Technologies (BCT)  donated $4,000.00 to The Boys & Girls Club of White Pine County.

This donation will be used to fund the year-round program at David E. Norman Elementary School and White Pine Middle School.

“As the leading provider of technology services in Nevada, our mission is not just to maximize our profits. We believe in helping the communities that we serve  and in giving back,”says Earle Keizer President and COO of BCT.

This program will feed any child in the community a dinner after school Monday through Thursday, and it will also provide breakfast and lunch on Fridays at the White Pine Middle School.  

“We are so fortunate that companies are seeing the need of food and helping us meet this basic need. We want the youth of our community to be kids, and filling that need allows them to do so,” said Samantha Elliott, area director for the clubs. 

The Boys and Girls Club are serving more than 350 children in the community. During the summer, they have been reportedly serving 80 meals for breakfast and lunch each day.

“I am so proud of Earle who not only gives executive management to  the day to day operations of our 36 year old

company, but is truly  committed to the betterment of   rural Nevada”. says Lester Keizer, Co-Owner of BCT.  Courtesy of The Ely Times

Samantha Elliott, area director for the Boys & Girls Clubs; Adam Young, WPCSD superintendent; Brett Ratliff, Bob Rozanski, Earl Keizer and Lester Keizer from BCT.