Posted by: Marty Fahncke | July 26, 2012

Marketing that serves others

“You can get whatever you want in life, as long as you help enough other people get what they want”
-Zig Ziglar

Zig’s philosophy has always been the way I’ve done business since I opened my doors back in 1999.

California Casualty, one of my clients at FawnKey and Associates, also has the same philosophy of serving others. In that spirit of giving, California Casualty has hired my company to design and manage a couple of exciting promotions that help two very special groups of people . . . nurses and firefighters.

Give A Nurse A Break contest

The first promotion we launched is “Give a Nurse a Break”, which is sending one lucky nurse and three of his or her best friends to a fully catered spa weekend at world famous Chocolate Spa at The Hotel Hershey in Pennsylvania!

Know a nurse? CLICK HERE to email them the link to win!

Firehouse Makeover

The second campaign we just launched is the “Firehouse Makeover” promotion, which will honor one lucky firehouse in the U.S. with a Grand Prize makeover valued at over $15,000! In addition, we’re hosting “Thank You” BBQ’s across the country to 44 First Prize winning fire stations!

I’m really excited about this campaign, because my company brought in some wonderful corporate partners to support the cause, including Maytag, who is providing $10,000 worth of appliances, Sherwin-Williams who is providing thousands of dollars in paint and financial support, and Body by Jake who is providing fitness equipment to keep the firefighters at the winning location fit and ready for action.

Know a firefighter? CLICK HERE to email them the link to win!

I am honored to be a key part of supporting those who willingly sacrifice to serve others. After all, where would the world be without dedicated nurses and firefighters watching out for us 24 hours a day?


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