InVision Communications Launches IVCaresNY Challenge

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InVision Communications, a bi-coastal strategic event and multimedia communications company with a legacy of supporting their community in the San Francisco region has commenced the IVCaresNY Challenge. The purpose of this initiative is to develop a similar heritage in the greater NY area and encourage InVision's existing East Coast clients & potential clients to enrich their community by nominating their preferred charitable organization and corresponding fund-raising event through InVision's IVCaresNY website. The nomination will garner media exposure, a guaranteed donation, and a chance to be chosen as the recipient of a pro-bono event; developed and produced by InVision.

InVision Communications, a bi-coastal strategic event and multimedia communications company with a legacy of supporting their community in the San Francisco region has commenced the IVCaresNY Challenge. The purpose of this initiative is to develop a similar heritage in the greater NY area and encourage InVision's existing East Coast clients & potential clients to enrich their community by nominating their preferred charitable organization and corresponding fund-raising event through InVision's IVCaresNY website. The nomination will garner media exposure, a guaranteed donation, and a chance to be chosen as the recipient of a pro-bono event; developed and produced by InVision.

InVision has a rich history of working with charitable organizations through their headquarters in Walnut Creek, CA. They have produced various pro-bono events, fund-raising meetings and multimedia projects for organizations such as The American Heart Association, Good Tidings and The Wellness Community. InVision's New York office desires to develop the same close ties to their community, and hopes that by encouraging corporations to nominate their favorite non-profit organizations and events, InVision will be able to foster new long term relationships with local charities and be exposed to important organizations and issues in the New York community.

Renee Miller, General Manager of InVision's New York office stated, "It's very important for companies to measure themselves by more than the bottom line, we believe you have to look at what you are doing as an organization to improve your community. InVision has built a culture of giving back to our community. We encourage all of our employees to get involved with causes that spark their passion and we are very excited to be able to share that culture and passion with our East Coast clients."

Through November 15th, 2008, InVision is accepting nominations on their website, http://www.iv.com/ivcares, inviting participants to share their passion to help. InVision will make a standard donation to each nominee, and will offer a grand prize to the charity and event that resonates most with the InVision team: pro-bono production of their selected event. The grand prize winner will be announced during the December holiday season, and the pro-bono event will be awarded in 2009.

InVision is pleased to partner with VideoApps who has committed to donating their services for staging on this exciting project.

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Unforgettable live events, immersive environments, compelling media, innovative communications strategies…all of these bring together the art and science of persuasive messaging and creative production. InVision Communications' clients learn, from the moment of engagement, that they can expect more from their InVision team: more involvement, more proactive service, more drive toward excellence, more camaraderie, and more fun. Creativity and expertise, coupled with boutique-sized agility and global reach, has enabled InVision to provide lasting relationships with such clients as Oracle, Cisco Systems, Genentech, Coach, Glaxo Smith Kline, Novartis and Williams Sonoma, Inc. InVision was founded in 1991 and has grown to a staff of 80 employees in Walnut Creek and New York. For more information, visit us online at http://www.iv.com.

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