Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc. Donates Boat to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley

Proceeds of boat raffle to provide financial assistance to local families in need

Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc. (Symbol: TVPC) pledged the donation of one of their popular boat models to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley, which will be raffled off during the 15th Annual “Stand Up for Kids” Gala Dinner & Auction on October 21, 2017 in Westlake Village, CA.  Proceeds of the boat raffle will provide financial assistance to families who cannot afford to fully pay for their children’s dues and fees. 

The company’s CEO, Joseph Visconti, enjoys giving back to the community and was inclined to get involved with the Boys & Girls Clubs because of his employees.   Several of Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc.’s employees were involved with the organization as children and remarked to Visconti that Boys & Girls Clubs made positive and long-lasting impacts on their lives. “Many of our employees come from disadvantaged backgrounds.” says Joseph Visconti.  “A great deal of them credit the Boys & Girls Clubs with providing them a safe environment, which gave them a constant source of encouragement and helped them establish lifelong ideals. We thank the Boys & Girls Clubs for instilling great core values in our employees because they have a passion for getting the job done and work diligently to do so.”

The Boys & Girls Clubs offer children between 5 and 18 years of age access to a wide variety of activities ranging from academic development to wellness.  The organization offers arts and crafts, computer classes, career development, homework help, sports, social skills development, and fitness classes.  In addition to the everyday services provided, the organization takes members on field trips outside of the club.  The Boys & Girls Clubs never turn down a child because of their family’s inability to pay membership fees.  Fees are based on family income and are also paid for with donations.

“At Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc., we want to help ensure that the Boys & Girls Clubs can continue their valuable work with children, as they have done with our employees,” says Visconti.  “We wanted to donate our boat for the Gala Dinner & Auction raffle so that the proceeds can aid underprivileged children gain social and educational capital, which will help them thrive and become productive members of our society.”

Visconti takes pride in investing in his employees’ well-being at work and has gone to great lengths to create a family environment at Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc.  Since Visconti overtook ownership of the company in early 2016, Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc. has increased from 20 employees to 65 employees.   A number of these new hires have been involved with the Boys & Girls Clubs and are grateful for their experience with the organization.  Likewise, Visconti is grateful for their experience as well, having added outstanding employees to the company.

Thanks to the hard work and effort of Visconti and the company’s employees, Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc. is able to offer consumers top-of-the-line power catamarans, which come in both bay and ocean-friendly options.  Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc. is transforming the power catamaran market by surpassing industry standards, in turn creating a new benchmark for quality.  Being an industry leader allows Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc. the ability to give back to the community and the less fortunate.

For more information on how to obtain a raffle ticket for the Twin Vee boat and about the 15th Annual “Stand Up for Kids” Gala Dinner & Auction, please visit for more details.

About Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc.

Headed by CEO Joseph Visconti, Value Rich, Inc. became Twin Vee PowerCats, Inc., on April 25, 2016.  Previously, on February 1st, 2015, Value Rich consummated a business purchase agreement to acquire 100% of the stock and ownership of Twin Vee Catamaran’s Inc.  Originally founded in 1994, the company designs, manufactures, and sells recreational and commercial twin-hull power boats under the Twin Vee brand name. Over the past 22 years, the company has concentrated on perfecting the high-speed twin-displacement hull design, also known as a “catamaran powerboat.” For more information visit or contact Joseph Visconti at 772-429-2525.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley was founded in 2001 and opened its doors in 2003. Located within Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, the current nine Club facilities serve over 4,200 youth within the communities of Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, Oak Park, Calabasas and Hidden Hills.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley provides a safe place to play, laugh, discover and learn. Youth development programs for grades K-8 are offered before and after school, plus sports leagues and summer camp are available to children ages 3 to 15.  Caring, trained staff and volunteers work with its members in a supervised, safe and structured environment.  Staff and volunteers foster a sense of belonging, responsibility, civility and civic engagement, building new skills so kids can succeed and receive recognition for personal accomplishments. No child is ever turned away due to their inability to pay. Learn more at

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