KwikBoost, a worldwide mobile device charging station provider based in Dallas, has installed its charging stations in more than 250 college campuses nationwide and many of the largest hospitals throughout Texas, as well as in U.S. Embassies across the world. Charging stations can also be found in more than 1,200 car dealerships/service centers nationwide.
“Today, people live on the go and rely on their mobile devices to communicate, do business and even participate in class,” said Joe Mecca, co-founder and president of KwikBoost.
The charging stations are free to use and provide charging cables for nearly all phones, tablets, e-readers, mp3 players and other mobile devices. Charging stations can be customized with branded graphics.
On college campuses, KwikBoost’s charging stations can be found in student unions, dining halls, recreation centers, libraries and classroom buildings. In hospitals and medical facilities throughout North America, charging stations can be found in these facilities’ main lobbies, waiting areas, emergency rooms, dining areas and business centers.
Made in the United States, KwikBoost charged over 2.5 million devices in 2012.