Tampa Bay, FL (PRWEB) August 04, 2014
JoTo PR was selected by Points of Light, the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service, to promote a Tampa Bay disaster preparation event as part of a 14-city tour which continues throughout the summer.
This initiative took place at a recent Storm game at the Tampa Bay Times Forum where JoTo PR personnel worked with volunteers to help 750 Tampa Bay residents build a free disaster kit to ensure they were prepared in the event of a disaster or unforeseen emergency. The free kits included a flashlight, first aid kit, cleaning supplies and other items proven to keep people safe and prepared.
Kevin Hart, Senior Communications Director at Points of Light, says, “We selected JoTo PR for their strong media contacts in the Tampa Bay region and extensive experience in the non-profit arena. The Tampa Bay event was one of the first in our 14-city disaster preparation tour and we were able to enjoy high quality exposure in the press thanks to their efforts.”
About JoTo PR:
Based in Tampa Bay, Florida, JoTo PR is an established public relations agency founded by PR veterans and innovators Karla Jo Helms and Diane D. Stein. JoTo blends proven traditional PR strategies with the latest digital communications methods to deliver the best advantages of both worlds, helping companies reach their target markets via the media much faster and more effectively. JoTo’s holistic approach to public relations services begins with strategic business PR planning and leads to a fully integrated program that is designed to optimize communication, improving return on investment (ROI) for a company’s marketing dollars while expanding business opportunities. The firm also specializes in crisis management public relations. For more information, visit JoTo PR online at http://www.jotopr.com.
About Points of Light:
Points of Light is the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service. The organization was founded by President George H. W. Bush, who invoked the “thousand points of light” concept of service in his 1989 inaugural address. Through affiliates in 250 cities and partnerships with thousands of nonprofits and corporations, Points of Light engages 4 million volunteers in 30 million hours of service each year. Visit http://www.pointsoflight.org/