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T-Mobile Reaffirms Commitment to Workplace Inclusion and Diversity Support of Referendum 74 and Washington United for Marriage
T-Mobile Newsroom: http://tinyurl.com/9fz6avg
Bellevue, Wash. — Aug. 20, 2012
Today, T-Mobile USA announced the company’s endorsement of Referendum 74 by donating to, and supporting the efforts of, Washington United for Marriage, the broad, bipartisan statewide coalition working to defend the state’s marriage law.
“T-Mobile has a long-standing focus on creating an inclusive workplace environment for our employees,” said Jim Alling, interim chief executive officer and chief operating officer. “Our support of this issue is a reflection of our culture, how we do business, and our belief in the fair and equitable treatment of all employees.”
“We are very excited that T-Mobile has decided to take this important step in endorsing our effort to approve Referendum 74,” said WUM Campaign Manager Zach Silk. “As one of the top employers in the Puget Sound area, T-Mobile’s support demonstrates a commitment to employees, customers, and communities in Washington state.”
More than 4,800 T-Mobile employees live and work in Washington State.
T-Mobile USA Media Relations