Did you know? Teltek is a second-generation, family owned and operated telephone company specializing in the sale, installation, and repair of Avaya and NEC phone systems, voice and data cabling, and the coordination of local, long-distance, and Internet services.
On Tuesday the 23th of October in 2012, in celebration of their 15th anniversary and new IT services division, Teltek hosted its 4th annual Margarita Party at the Emerging Technology Center in Canton featuring customers, allied partners, guests representatives of Carroll County, Baltimore County and Baltimore City Economic Development as well as the Carroll County Tech Council whereas; more than 200 people were in attendance.. The theme of the evening was called the evolution of technology. Teltek agents and participants merchants including Comcast Business Class, one of their premier sponsors were on hand to answer questions from guests about their products and services said to produce technologically advanced office support.
The open house took place from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. which included Teltek’s imfamous margarita fountain, office equipment demonstrations, complimentary food & drink and business networking. The festive highlight of the evening was Teltek staff and merchants outfitted as pirates, there was a treasure trove of eye patches, plastic swords, pirate hats and temporary tattoos so guests could join in on the high seas glee.
During registration guests received a treasure map to be completed, one earned a star sticker by visiting seven different merchants, when all seven stars were received, the attendee’s treasure map was entered into a drawing to win a treasure basket full of goodies that included drinks, pirate gear, a Pirates of the Carribean DVD, a Teltek t-shirt and snacks. Kim Myrick of the Baltimore Sun was the winner of the pirate chest. Merchants in attendance listed on the treasure included Comcast Business Class, Adventure Web Productions, Avaya, Enoch Office Equipment, Logitech, NEC and Teltek.
Teltek now offers new IT services as the fourth component to their multi-systems approach as a single source technology services company. Did you know? They offer a Managed Service Provider (MSP) which providing their clients with a one-call resource for all of their business technology needs. IT outsourcing, remote back up and disaster recovery, helpdesk support, computer network relocations, security products and server/desktop virtualization are just a few of the services they offer in their new IT services division. As previously stated: all guests were on hand to network and learn about business trends in computer networking and other office technologies telecommunications.
Although the exchange of business cards was in full effect, two margarita fountains were heavily flowing, shrimp and steak trays of food was in abundance throughout the evening. On a sour note, the party ended early when the fire alarm went off. Oops party over, never fear it’s an annual affair better luck next year.