DFW Marketing, Advertising, Media and Communications Professionals to Spread Holiday Cheer at 3rd Annual Jingle Mingle

Local Organizations Collaborate to Host December 12 Event Benefitting DREAM Fund

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DALLAS, Texas (PRWEB) December 09, 2013

For the third year in a row, local professionals in marketing, advertising, media and communications will come together to celebrate the holiday season at the DFW Jingle Mingle, an annual event that will benefit Dedicating Resources to Employees of Advertising and Media (DREAM) Fund, a nonprofit foundation that provides emotional and financial support to individuals in these industries during times of personal crisis. Proceeds from the December 12 event will help the organization provide financial aid to these individuals whose lives have been impacted by severe hardship.

Jingle Mingle will draw more than 600 marketing, advertising, media and communications professionals to the Southern-charmed Gilley’s in Dallas. Along with the help of many sponsors and volunteers, nine local organizations joined forces to host this year’s Jingle Mingle:

  •     AIGA DFW
  •     American Advertising Federation Dallas
  •     Dallas Society of Visual Communications
  •     DFW American Marketing Association
  •     DFW Interactive Marketing Association
  •     DFW Search Engine Marketing Association
  •     International Association of Business Communicators Dallas
  •     Social Media Club of Dallas
  •     Southwest Media Representatives

For a full list of sponsors visit: http://dfwjinglemingle.com/sponsors/.

Guests will be able to socialize and network with their peers, as well as enjoy beer and wine, a delicious hors d’oeuvres buffet, great music – including a live performance by the Walton Stout Band— caricatures, festive photo-ops, a slow motion photo lounge and more. This benefit is sure to be a highlight of the holiday season; Miss Texas 2013 will even be there to support the cause.

“We are grateful that, for the third year in a row, the DFW marketing, media, advertising and communications industries have come together in the holiday spirit to help out DREAM Fund and support our colleagues who are facing extreme hardship,” said DREAM Fund president Chris Schembri. “The Jingle Mingle is a great opportunity to not only celebrate the holiday season with our peers but to do so for a good cause.”

If you are only going to one party this holiday season, it should be the Jingle Mingle! Group tickets for the event are $45 and individual tickets are $50. Tickets can be purchased online at http://dfwjinglemingle.com/tickets/.

About DREAM Fund
Dedicating Resources to Employees of Advertising and Media (DREAM) Fund is a nonprofit foundation that supports the community of advertising, public relations and media professionals across the Southwest. DREAM Fund provides aid to individuals in these industries through financial assistance and emotional support during times of personal crisis. Since its establishment in 1991, DREAM Fund has gifted more than $1.5 million to individuals facing illness, medical emergencies and other unexpected hardship. DREAM Fund was founded in Dallas, Texas and operates throughout the Southwest with chapters in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana and other Texas cities. To learn more about DREAM Fund please visit http://www.dreamfund.org.


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  • Lucy Soderberg
    Pierpont Communications
    +1 214-217-7300
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DFW Jingle Mingle benefitting DREAM Fund 3rd Annual DFW Jingle Mingle, benefitting DREAM Fund

Join professionals in the marketing, advertising, media and communications industries at Gilley's on December 12, 2013 for the DFW Jingle Mingle benefitting DREAM Fund!


Dedicating Resources to Employees of Advertising and Media (DREAM) Fund Dedicating Resources to Employees of Advertising and Media (DREAM) Fund

The beneficiary of this year's DFW Jingle Mingle, DREAM Fund supports the community of marketing, advertising, media and communications professionals across the Southwest.