Viable/SnapVRS: Q&A night with the CEOs – Austin

Viable/SnapVRS: Q&A night with the CEOs - Austin

Viable/SnapVRS: Q&A night with the CEOs

Join John T.C. Yeh and Tom Kielty, the CEOs of Viable and Snap!VRS, at an open house.  Tom and John will discuss the future of VRS and answer your questions.  Food and drink provided!

At this event, you will also be able to:

* Apply for a free VPAD through our community loan program

* Register for a 10-digit phone number

* Tell us about your Viable experience

* Schedule a technical visit with a Viable representative

* Bring your VPAD to our service center if needed.

When & Where:
Opal Divine’s Penn Field
3601 S. Congress Ave.
Austin, Texas 78704
November 19, 5:00 – 8:30 pm

E-mail [email protected] by November 18, 2009

2 comments for “Viable/SnapVRS: Q&A night with the CEOs – Austin

  1. Kevin
    November 6, 2009 at 5:47 PM

    Viable employees got this e-mail near close of business yesterday:

    “Good afternoon:

    Tomorrow’s scheduled pay day (Friday November 6) will be delayed. As expected, this is a difficult period for the company, and this delay is part of that adversity.

    As soon as a timeframe becomes certain, it will be shared with you.”

    I wonder what the “adversity” and “difficult period” is. The fact that 10% of their reimbursement for August is going to Mary Moylan? One of the class actions near settling? This seems worse than PNC screwing up paperwork and came right out of left field.

  2. December 21, 2011 at 9:19 PM


    I wondering to trade Ojo and Vpad. How come can’t trade it from Ojo to Vpad. It not fair. Sorenson already trade new ntouch vp and ZOjo trade to z340 easiers than Ojo can’t trade it. Oh come on be silly to customer. I want vpad the best than Ojo have problem screen picture going worn out can trade vpad that Ojo is no good. I can’t believe it. So ask to FCC about it. Try it!! I bet ppl will complaint to get trade from Ojo to Vpad. So, Im trying help you to understand about it. Thanks bye


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