Orland Park father Mike Konaszewski Sr., owner of Audio Video Interior (A.V.I.) and his son, Mike Konaszewski Jr., are giving back to children and teens fighting cancer by assisting with wiring data, phone jacks and pulling wire for phones and computers throughout the offices and warehouse of the new Treasure Chest Foundation. The Foundation recently moved its base of operations to a new home at 15430 70th Court in Orland Park, one that offers expanded parking availability and nearly three times the operational and storage space of its former headquarters.
Audio Video Interior specializes in state-of-the-art, custom audio and video design including installation of both commercial and residential home theaters as well as pre-wiring construction.
"We are so blessed to have the support of A.V.I., who generously donated hours upon hours of wiring services to get our network and phone system up and running throughout our new building," said a thankful Colleen Kisel, Founder and CEO of the Treasure Chest Foundation. "A.V.I. tirelessly wired each and every room so that we could simply 'plug in' and begin our work of helping little ones fighting cancer."
Mike Konaszewski Jr., age 20, said, "I am glad I am helping to get toys to the kids who have cancer." To which his father nodded in agreement, adding, "That's what we've got to do."
Mike Konaszewski Jr. (left) and Mike Konaszewski Sr. pause for a quick moment before resuming their task of wiring the Treasure Chest Foundation's new Orland Park facility.
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