San Diego, California (PRWEB) January 19, 2006
Runaway Brandit, Inc. and Adventure Scholars Scholarship Fund have formed a cause marketing partnership to help support local students and small business owners. In effort to raise a minimum of $250,000 for the small nonprofit in 2006, Runaway Brandit has created the Marketing Dollars for Scholars Program.
“It feels great knowing that we will be helping support students that are doing great things in our communities and helping small business owners grow their businesses. The goal is huge but the return is enormous because everybody wins, students can receive valuable scholarships and small business gets stronger.” says Tina Indalecio, CEO of Runaway Brandit, Inc.
The Marketing Dollars for Scholars program includes several different packaged solutions for business owners to help them market their products and services plus 5% of all sales are donated to Adventure Scholars Scholarship Fund. This program gives the business owner the ability to build their brand through traditional and cause marketing methods and provides two tax benefits, one for business expenses and one for the charitable donation.
About Runaway Brandit, Inc.:
Runaway Brandit, Inc. is a full service marketing firm located in San Diego, California. The firm offers full service marketing, public relations, graphic design, web design, project management and process improvement solutions. Runaway Brandit’s focus is to revolutionize the marketing industry by creating affordable solutions and cause marketing opportunities for small business owners that give them a big return on their investment. To learn more about Runaway Brandit, Inc. please visit http://www.runawaybrandit.com
About Adventure Scholars Scholarship Fund:
Adventure Scholars is a nonprofit organization in San Diego, California that provides leadership based scholarships to students with an average GPA of 2.0 or higher and who are making a difference in their community. Students should not be judged by their numbers but rather by their ability to lead. To learn more about Adventure Scholars, please visit http://www.adventurescholars.org
Tina Indalecio, CEO
Runaway Brandit, Inc.