CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, December 18th -- enlighten technologies incorporated is excited to announce that it has fully recovered from the flood of 2008 and is completely operational after a year and a half of rebuilding the business and the office space.  enlighten was forced to relocate for over a year while it reconstructed after the flood had devastated the building it called 'home' for 15 years at the corner of 4th Avenue and 1st Street.

enlighten®, a videoconferencing and networking provider, is giving back to the community by offering some 'holiday cheer' in the form of 6 months free of their web based videoconferencing service to any business that was affected by the flood of 2008.

If you are a business in eastern Iowa and you were directly impacted by the flood, you can go to the following link: www.enlightentech.net/iowaflood and fill out the online form with your business name, address affected, and a brief description of your recovery efforts, including contact information. enlighten® will then contact you to set up the web based videoconferencing on your website for free.

For more information about the enlighten technologies incorporated® videoconferencing system, products, and services, please call 1-800-529-5121 or e-mail info@enlightentech.net.  Also visit the enlighten® website at www.enlightentech.net.

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