Pittsburgh, PA, February 02, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- During the month of February, Pittsburgh advertising agency Beyond Spots & Dots will donate $1.00 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania for each new person who “Likes” Beyond Spots & Dots on Facebook.
After raising money for the Boys and Girls Clubs in the past during a similar campaign, Beyond Spots & Dots decided to continue the tradition. CEO, Andreas Beck, believes this is “the perfect way to harvest the power of social media, not only to share a message, but to also make a difference in the community.”
This year, Beyond Spots & Dots hopes to be able to increase its charitable donation from this social media initiative.
Those interested in participating can visit http://www.facebook.com/BeyondSpotsAndDots.
About Beyond Spots & Dots
Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh which manages all facets of advertising and marketing, including branding, PR, corporate branding, creative design, social media management, Web development, outdoor, online, TV, radio, and print media planning and buying. Beyond Spots & Dots also provides additional services, such as market research, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, and video production.
In 2013 Beyond Spots & Dots was included in Inc.’s 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies List for the second consecutive year.
About Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania
Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania is a unique organization consisting of nine traditional Club facilities, a charter high school, a café and retail venture for its teen entrepreneurship program, and juvenile justice services. Since 1888, Boys & Girls Clubs has provided children with the essential tools needed for a successful and bright future.
Learn more at www.bgcwpa.org and www.facebook.com/BGCWPA.
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