(Lafayette, LA) – Digital Marketing Agency BBR Creative has joined forces with CreateAthon, the marketing industry’s leading nationwide pro bono program. During a 24-hour timeframe from October 24 to October 25, 2019, BBR will shut down regular agency operations to focus the team’s time and talents on selected Acadiana-area nonprofit partners: Miles Perret Cancer Services, the Children’s Museum of Acadiana and The Family Tree Information, Education & Counseling Center.
BBR will provide services including, but not limited to, branding initiatives; marketing, public relations and fundraising plans; creative materials in print and digital formats; and more to benefit the nonprofits, meeting their specific marketing needs and furthering awareness of their individual causes.
“At BBR, we have a long list of philanthropic employees so after hearing about CreateAThon, we knew we had to be a part of it,” says Cherie Hebert, partner and chief executive officer of BBR. “We can’t wait to come together for three deserving nonprofits for what’s sure to be a marathon of big ideas.”
To “fuel the creative process,” local vendors — such as Rêve Coffee Roasters, Panera Bread, Rascal’s Cajun Restaurant, Another Broken Egg, Kitchen on Klinton and Edie’s Biscuits — have graciously donated food and beverages to keep the BBR team fed and focused.
In addition to good food and an abundance of caffeine, BBR has planned activities to rejuvenate and inspire the team to deliver the best product to each nonprofit partner. Follow the live coverage and antics of the 24-hour creative lock-in on October 24 and 25 through BBR’s social channels at Instagram (@bbrcreative), Facebook (Facebook.com/bbrcreative) and Twitter (@bbrcreative).
BBR is a digital marketing agency offering consumer engagement programs for food and beverage brands. We deliver fresh ideas that build meaningful relationships. Guided by data, and executed by unforgettable creative, we craft online consumer experiences designed to fuel acquisition, win conversions and promote customer retention.