Lombard, IL, March 29, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Empire, a marketing and sales firm located just outside of Chicago, as held a charity event to raise money for Operation Smile. Members of Empire, along with family and friends, gathered together for a night of games at Empire’s office.
Founded in April of 2012, Empire is based out of Lombard, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Since, Empire has grown in response to its clients demands for an increase in market share using Empire’s personal, “results driven” marketing techniques. Empire provides client acquisition and retention support to national clients through marketing/sales management and campaign support.
Empire’s main client is a retail division of the leading wholesale energy marketer and energy service provider. They focus on the physical natural gas, electricity, coal and crude markets operating across North America. The client provides competitive electricity and gas supply to retail residential, commercial, and industrial customers. The client offers several plans to fit each customer’s needs. At Empire, representatives work closely with client account holders to the best solution to their business and consumer needs.
Since opening, members of Empire have been taking part in charity events both locally and nationally. President of Empire, Mark Chern, explains, “While hitting our goals with our clients is our first priority, I wanted to make sure the company was making an impact on the community as well. I want to make sure we take time to give back and continue to do so as we grow.”
Operation Smile is a children’s medical charity with presence in over 60 countries. Founded in 1982, the charity is comprised of medical professionals and volunteers devoted to providing free reconstructive surgeries and related medical care for children born with facial deformities such as cleft lip and cleft palate. Operation Smile has provided more than 3.5 million patient evaluations and over 200,000 surgeries.
The Operation Smile charity night was held at Empire’s head office. Participants donated a $20 entry fee for a night of games including cards, RockBand, bags and more. This event was one of many Empire charity events organized to raise money for Operation Smile.
In addition to continually helping raise money for Operation Smile, Empire has participated in several other charity events helping to raise money and awareness for such groups as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Feed The Hungry Foundation, and St. Baldricks Foundation. Empire expects to double in size by the end of the year and according to Chern, the company will continue its philanthropic efforts for years to come.