CSG International and DISH Participate in Executive Build

  CSG International and DISH Participate in Executive Build

Executives from CSG International and DISH build with Habitat for Humanity of
                                 Metro Denver

Business Wire

DENVER -- August 8, 2013

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver announced today that executives from CSG
International (NASDAQ: CSGS), including CEO Peter Kalan and DISH (NASDAQ:
DISH) partnered to help build homes with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.
CSG International has been sponsoring the construction of homes with Habitat
for Humanity in the U.S. and in other countries around the world for the past
five years.

Locally, CSG International is one of many sponsors for the upcoming 30th
Annual Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project (CWP). The CWP is taking place
in Denver’s Globeville neighborhood where Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
will build 11 new townhomes and repair up to 15 existing homes in Globeville
throughout the week of Oct. 6-11, 2013. The CSG and DISH Executive Build day
will be held on the CWP construction site with the team helping to do some of
the early stages of construction on the new townhomes.

CSG International contributed $150,000 toward a three-year partnership with
Habitat Metro Denver. This investment will help build homes for hard-working
families locally in the metro area. “CSG International supports Habitat
because we recognize the need for affordable housing in our community,” shared
CEO, Peter Kalan. “By engaging our employees and longtime clients like DISH,
we see the tangible benefit of building decent, affordable homes while working
alongside the future homeowners.”

About Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver:

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver (Habitat Metro Denver) is part of a
global, nonprofit housing organization that seeks to put God’s love into
action by building homes, communities and hope. Habitat is dedicated to
eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing,
rehabilitating and preserving homes; advocating for fair and just housing
policies; and providing training resources to help families improve their
housing. Habitat was founded on the conviction that everyone deserves a
decent, durable place to live in dignity and safety, and that decent shelter
should be a matter of conscience and action for all. Habitat for Humanity of
Metro Denver has built more than 500 homes throughout its 34-year history in
Denver. For more information, please visit www.habitatmetrodenver.org.

Contact:

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Robyn Burns, 720-496-2712
303-726-1793 – cell
robyn@habitatmetrodenver.org
 
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