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In the News...CyclePoint

VTC Enterprises has joined CyclePoint™

The volume of recyclable electronics is staggering.  Each year, America produces nearly 50 million tons of electronic waste and discards 30 million computers.  Current estimates show that over 6.7 billion pounds of discarded electronics go un-recycled in the United States annually. 

To meet the electronics recycling needs of our community and provide sustainable jobs for the individuals we serve, VTC Enterprises has joined CyclePoint™ (from SourceAmerica®), a national electronics recycling network dedicated to employing people with significant disabilities. CyclePoint™ ensures protection for your personal and business electronic data by maintaining a secure chain-of-custody of your material and by providing documentation of destruction and end-of-life environmental management. 

Through our CyclePoint™ collaboration, VTC is establishing a secure electronics recycling and repair service for commercial and residential customers. We are able to accept most items that have a cord or charging connection. Some examples of these items are: computers, computer mice, keyboards, monitors, copiers, fax machines, scanners, servers, TVs, microwave ovens, communication equipment and cell phones.  Recyclable donations can be dropped off Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm at our main facility at 2445 ‘A’ Street in Santa Maria or during regular business hours at one of our thrift stores located at 529 S. Blosser Road in Santa Maria and 608 W. Ocean Avenue in Lompoc. Free pick-up of donations can be arranged by calling (805) 928-5000 x181. Computer related repairs are available for a fee at our ‘A’ Street location.

VTC has also registered with the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) and is receiving certification from R2/RIOS™. The R2/RIOS™ certification is solely for electronics recyclers and demonstrates to customers that their electronic equipment is being recycled with the highest standards for environmental protection, worker health and safety, data privacy, and facility security. By taking these steps, VTC is providing you with a secure, convenient and responsible means to recycle all of your electronics.  For more information, contact Jeremiah Jurgenson at (805) 928-5000 x244,


Taylor Glines crowned 2015 Elks Rodeo Queen!

Taylor Glines is 16 years old and just completed her sophomore year at Orcutt Academy High School where she maintains a 4.25 GPA. Taylor is a seventh generation Santa Marian and has always dreamed of running for Elks Rodeo Queen. This year, her dreams came true! “I am thrilled to have VTC Enterprises as my sponsor, and I am so grateful to have such a supportive family behind me, including my parents, John and Karrie Glines, grandparents, Jim and Kathy Glines, and my Aunt Anne”, said Taylor.

Her future plans include attending the University of Oregon for her BA in business. Afterward, she hopes to transfer to the University of Miami to earn herMS in ichthyology.

The three other Queen contestants were Jasmine Rodriguez representing Kiwanis Club of Guadalupe, Taelor Janes representing Santa Maria Noontime Lions and Sarai Calderon representing YOYO, or Your Orcutt Youth Organization.

All four contestants raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for their local non-profit sponsors in less than two months time.

“All the money goes back into the community”, says Elks Rodeo Queen Competition Chair Peter Sterling, “that’s what this event is all about.”

“All the money goes back into the community”, says Elks Rodeo Queen Competition Chair Peter Sterling, “that’s what this event is all about.”

“We thought that 2015 was going to be bigger and better than ever and it really has been,” Elks Rodeo media and promotions coordinator Johnna Clark said. “In 2015, we have had record numbers. We have had more than 20,000 guests come out and enjoy the rodeo.”

Clark said the rodeo plays an important role in Santa Maria’s history because of the money it raises for youth in the community. She said in the past 72 years, rodeo queens have raised nearly $11 million.

Taylor Glines


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