Denver, CO, May 10, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- On Friday, May 2, 90octane gave back to the city of Denver, which is home to the interactive marketing agency. As part of a crew of volunteers working with Rebuilding Together Metro Denver, more than 20 staff members planted trees in the Curtis Park neighborhood.
The organization’s “Green Street” program, as it is called, is sponsored by HGTV, the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Natural Resources Defense Council. It aims to beautify and revitalize urban communities while helping the environment through improved air quality.
90octane dug in to help the program reach its goal of planting 1 million trees by 2025. The day’s volunteers planted an estimated 60 trees and cleaned up sidewalks by collecting trash.
“We were happy to see that our staff puts just as much effort into volunteering as they do their work at 90octane. And we’re looking forward to seeing the trees we planted grow over the years,” said Jim Grinney, Partner at 90octane.
90octane is an award-winning interactive marketing agency that leverages online marketing strategies, search engine marketing (SEM) services and sales lead generation capabilities to develop custom, results-driven solutions. Combining proprietary analytics tools with creative expertise, 90octane optimizes the impact of each interactive marketing dollar budgeted by clients, ranging from international non-profit organizations such as Heifer International to Fortune 500 companies such as Gates Corporation. For more information, please contact Rosemary Riley at 720-904-8169, or visit www.90octane.com.