Social Media Agency fishbat Begins Fundraising Efforts for Long Islanders Affected by Hurricane Sandy

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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy’s widespread devastation, social media agency fishbat launches charity efforts to help Long Island residents who continue to be affected by the storm.

On October 31, social media agency fishbat announces plans to help Long Island food banks as the effects of Hurricane Sandy continue to be assessed and felt across Long Island, NY.     

fishbat, a full service digital marketing agency based on Long Island, has launched their own relief efforts, in addition to offering up their office space to those who may be in need of power or Internet. The owners of fishbat have announced that they will be working to provide assistance to local charities.

Co-founder and CEO Clay Darrohn says, “We have a responsibility as Long Islanders to help out our neighbors who are less fortunate than we are. Right now, our office has power and Internet but we wanted to do more for our friends and neighbors. We are going to be launching efforts to help Long Island’s food banks. We will use fishbat’s offices as a drop off point for any donations that people wish to make. Our neighbors in the area need our help and we stand willing to help them.”

Darrohn further states, “This is a difficult time but Long Islanders will pull together in this time of crisis. We are calling on our employees and our clients to mobilize their efforts towards helping out those who are in dire need of help. People can stop by our office to drop off canned and non-perishable food.”

fishbat’s offices are located at 25 Orville Drive, Suite 101B, Bohemia, NY 11716. Darrohn stresses safety while traveling, as the road conditions are still questionable in many areas.

fishbat, Inc. is a full service online marketing firm. Through social media management, search engine optimization (SEO), web design, and public relations, fishbat strives as a marketing firm to raise awareness about your brand and strengthen your corporate image.


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