Conceptual Communications Seeks to Help Local Nonprofit in the New Year

Fort Lauderdale, FL (February 6, 2017) — Deeply committed to investing in the community, Conceptual Communications is offering a pro-bono public relations and/or marketing service package to one Broward County-based nonprofit.

Broward County stakeholders are encouraged to visit www.prbroward.com/nonprofit and nominate a nonprofit of their choice. Nominees should be in need of marketing, public relations or digital media consulting services. After submissions close Tuesday, February 28, 2017, the creative team at Conceptual Communications will select and notify the winner.

“Serving our community is at the core of our success,” said Laurie Menekou Ernest-Jones, President of Conceptual Communications. “Thousands of nonprofits give so much to our community and we wanted to do something to help them elevate their brand and message, so they can ultimately serve more individuals who are in need of their services and support.”

The Conceptual Communications team ran a similar campaign to celebrate Small Business Saturday. In November 2016 the team solicited nominations for small businesses based in Broward County. After receiving dozens of nominations, Conceptual Communications awarded Fort Lauderdale’s Ola’pi Creative with a complimentary marketing package.

“Small businesses and nonprofits are truly at the backbone of our community’s success,” said Ernest-Jones. “In order to continue to improve our community, we all need to work together and help each other along the way.”

Based in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Conceptual Communications offers data-driven branding, marketing and public relations solutions to dozens of clients in the nonprofit, public and private sectors.

 

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