Tommy Hodinh Recognized by APACC for Community Service Efforts

Tommy Hodinh Recognized by APACC for Community Service Efforts

Austin, Texas (January 30th, 2007). Tommy Hodinh, Chairman and CEO of MagRabbit, has been recognized by the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC) for his outstanding community service efforts. APACC formally bestowed the 2007 “Salute to Excellence Award” to Mr. Hodinh at its awards banquet in Southfield, Michigan on January 24th.

Mr. Hodinh’s community service entails involvement with the People’s Community Clinic, Huston-Tillotson College, Austin Children’s Museum, and the Texas Asian Chamber of Commerce.

APACC was established to help U.S. companies owned by Asian Pacific Americans grow their respective businesses within North America. The APACC also aids these businesses in growing their operations in the Asia-Pacific region and provides networking opportunities with other Asian Pacific American owned businesses.

“I am extremely honored and excited to have received such prestigious recognition from the APACC, and I hope my community service efforts will inspire other Asian owned businesses and entrepreneurs to give back to their communities” said Mr. Hodinh. Mr. Hodinh immigrated to the United States in 1973 from his native Vietnam. Mr. Hodinh graduated from the University of Texas at El Paso and then embarked on a successful 15-year career at IBM, before founding MagRabbit in 1990.

About MagRabbit, Inc.
MagRabbit, Inc. is a supply chain management services provider specializing in customized logistics, procurement, staffing, and consulting services. MagRabbit increases the value of its customer’s enterprises through custom and highly complex supply chain management solutions. MagRabbit has the systems, technology, and 16 years of domain expertise to deliver exceptionally high levels of service and accuracy to its customers. Companies such Dell Corporation, DaimlerChrysler, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and Buffalo Technology trust MagRabbit for their mission critical logistics needs.