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Spine3D and Alonzo Mourning Charities Unveil a Vision of a New Community Center for At-Risk Youth

Jul 20 2007 9:51AM
MIAMI, July 20 -- Alonzo Mourning Charities (AMC) recently selected Spine3D, leading architectural rendering and animation studio, to generate a vision of a new Youth Center for at-risk children. The project was unveiled Saturday during the Publix Zo's Summer Groove benefit dinner at the Intercontinental Hotel in downtown Miami.

Mourning who founded AMC, presented Spine3D's renderings and animation to local residents and celebrities during a poignant speech in which he outlined plans for building the facility in the near future. Spine3D who shares Mourning's commitment to the community has volunteered much of their time and resources on this project.

"We are very proud to work with Alonzo Mourning Charities on this Youth Center and we believe that giving back is an essential part of being a good South Florida business" says Damir Sinovcic who managed the collaboration.

Spine3D is no stranger to civic involvement and philanthropy. In the past, they organized an urban design competition called the Miami Monument, sponsored an AIA tour of the Miami River, participated in the Adopt a Classroom program, and have repeatedly donated funds to St. Jude Children's Hospital. One of their next contributions is a grant to the FIU School of Architecture that will investigate a future development project in Havana, Cuba.

"Though our company handles many national and international contracts, we are rooted in South Florida and are proud to be active members of this community" remarked Eduardo Leon, Spine3D CEO. "We recognize the value and impact of projects like the AMC Youth Center and are happy to lend a hand," added Sinovcic.

You can view the project animation in the news section on the Spine3D home page www.spine3d.com. For more information on the Alonzo Mourning Youth Center and Spine3D, contact Damir Sinovcic at (305) 436-2246.