Louisville, KY, January 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Inertia, Inc., a sales and marketing firm, hosted a holiday party to raise donations for charity. The event was able to raise money and collect toys for Toys for Tots. Members of the company, family, friends as well as members of the community gathered this holiday in Louisville for the cause.
Inertia, Inc. is a client acquisition firm located in Louisville, Kentucky. The company, founded in January 2012, is contracted with the world’s largest corporations and conglomerates. Inertia handles their own client sales and promotional accounts by working one on one with current and potential account holders in the Louisville market share.
Inertia’s main client is one of the world's leading providers of digital television services. The client is able to deliver a premium video experience through state-of-the-art technology, competitive programming, and outstanding customer service. The client serves more than 32 million customers in the U.S. and Latin America.
The company also works with one of the largest suppliers of business needs in the country. It is the largest mail order business supply retailer in the country. Between 1998 and 2009, the client grew from $500 million in revenues to over $1.3 billion.
Toys for Tots is a U.S. Marine Corp Reserve program directed by Commander, Marine Forces Reserve, with the assistance of his staff, from the Marine Forces Reserve Headquarters in New Orleans, Louisiana. The non-profit charity, Marine Toys For Tots Foundation, is the support organization for the program.
Toys for Tots has presence in over 700 communities across the country. The local toy collection campaigns start in October and continue into late December. Toy distribution also takes place mid to late December. Toys are dropped off in collection boxes and coordinators pick up toys to store before being sorted by age and gender. At Christmas, the Toys for Tots participants distribute the toys to the needy children of the community.
This holiday, Inertia held a Toys for Tots “Tacky Christmas Sweater Party”. On December 22nd, the company gathered at Molly Malone’s on Bardstown Road in Louisville for the cause. With more than 30 attendees, the entrance was free for those donating a toy. For all other attendees, a $5 entry fee was charged and donated directly to Toys For Tots. Inertia, Inc., celebrating its first year in business, plans to continue its philanthropic work as it expands in 2013.