Marketing firm accepting nominations for free services
Karen Morstad & Associates, a Greenwich-based marketing and branding firm serving the financial services industry, has launched its annual program, "KM&A Gives Back." From now until Feb. 6, KM&A will welcome proposals from not-for-profit groups in need of marketing and branding services.
Each year, KM&A opens its doors to the community and selects a not-for-profit organization that it feels can best benefit from its professional expertise; including tailored marketing, branding, advertising and web design solutions. Local nonprofits are encouraged to submit their requests, which must include organization name, contact information, and their immediate marketing challenges by Feb. 6 to Karen Beauchamp at email@example.com. The KM&A team will then choose an organization based on its selection criteria.
"Our team looks forward to the time of year when we shift our focus away from business and toward the countless organizations that work with great humility and conviction to improve the lives of others in our community and throughout the country," Karen Beauchamp, director of marketing at Karen Morstad & Associates, said in a release. "Each year we are left speechless and inspired by the hundreds of proposals representing so many worthy causes. The recipient of this year's campaign will be awarded a marketing strategy worth $50,000 dollars -- twice the amount we awarded to nonprofits in the past."
KM&A has provided successful, pro bono marketing and creative solutions for several foundations and charities such as The Craig D. Tifford Foundation and Invest in Others.
Founded in 2004 by seasoned marketing veteran, Karen Morstad, KM&A offers tailored marketing solutions designed to inform and motivate an audience. Experts in the field of visual communications, KM&A works with a group of clientele in the areas of financial services, banking, brokerage, family entertainment and software technology by providing personal and customized service to meet individual marketing needs.
For more information, visit www.karenmorstad.com.