Peter Loftin is the founder and the former chairman of Board of major telecommunications enterprise, which is BTI or Business Telecom Inc. He is well known for sharing his wealth through significant donations and different types of volunteer services. Being a supporter of arts, he had his largest contribution to the city of Raleigh in the city of North Carolina where he helped to develop the BTI Center for the Performing Arts. The center was located in a large venue between Washington DC and Tampa. Besides, he also supported the Police Athletic League and North Carolina Museum of Science.

His achievements

As the owner of Casa Casuarina, the best private club in South Beach in Miami, he donated that venue for different events benefiting around 30 charitable companies. Peter Loftin also worked on the National Board of Governors of The American National Red Cross after the 9/11 strategy. Along with that, he also contributes to various charities, which are beneficial for the veterans.

He is also a chief donor of the Special Operations Fund that offers college funding for the kids of Fallen Tier 1 soldiers and he also supports the Airborne & Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville, North Carolina. While in BTI, Peter instituted one program to offer the disabled students in the North Carolina schools with free Internet service. This thing helped BTI to earn the recognition of “Corporate Citizen of the Year” from the state disability association.

Here are the details of the contributions made by Loftin:

  1. Loftin has a great interest in helping kids. While in 20’s, he established a camp namely “Coats for Kids” where he donated winter coats to kids, who were in need. Therefore, he developed Camp BTI for both Girls and Boys Clubs of America and there he executed Loftin’s 2-on-2 competition in the game of basketball throughout Atlanta. Besides, he also helped Oak Ranch Facility for the troubled teens and built a Make-A-Wish Foundation of America. He was the former board member of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development and the American Lung Association. Besides, he also took part in the Board of Visitors of the Kenan-Flagler Business School.
  2. He was also a member of the advisory board of Duke Heart Center at Duke University Medical Center. Presently, Peter Loftin is a part of the board of the Miami Beach Police Athletic League. In the year 2006, he was honored with the certificate of appreciation by the City of Miami Beach for contributing to this city. This includes the donation and/or sponsorship of Casa as the venue for different charitable functions like as the Alonzo Morning Foundation, American Red Cross, Miami Book Fair, Scoliosis Research Society, Miami International Film Festival and different political fundraisers. The certificate also mentioned that recreating Casa Casuarina as the elite venue for private events and as the exclusive private member club has set this club as the leader of the new ultra-elite identity of Miami. This club also brought a completely new level of satisfaction to the Miami Beach while attracting the height of International Society to this city.


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