The Salem-Keizer Volcanoes have launched a multi-faceted marketing program to help local non-profits. The CARE package will bring exposure to the non-profits' mission and goals and includes a fundraising component.
The Volcanoes are working with eleven (11) local non-profits for the 2018 season: Oregon Paralyzed Veterans of America, Salem Health Cancer Institute, Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity, Salem Free Clinic, McNary Youth Sports, Serving our Veterans at Home, C.A.S.A., Salem-Keizer Education Foundation, Keizer Little League, A.C. Gilbert House and Union Gospel Mission. "The goal is to strengthen our community by spotlighting local need," said Volcanoes' co-owner Lisa Walker.
"We are providing local businesses the opportunity to partner in these efforts and have designed a comprehensive marketing package as an incentive for local businesses that participate, including signage on the Volcanoes Stadium outfield wall, radio exposure, print advertisement in the Volcanoes' Game Day Program and season tickets," added Walker.
Businesses whom would like to learn more about the project and assist one of these local non-profits should contact Lisa Walker at 503.428.5256, or e-mail email@example.com for details.
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