DENVER, CO (PRWEB) September 06, 2016
Mom’s Night Out Productions came to being after founder Tricia Campbell organized a fundraiser for William “Bill” Roberts E-8 where her two kids are students. After a hugely successful first event with the movie Bad Moms, Campbell decided to setup a business to help other schools raise much needed funds while also using her background in marketing to help local companies promote their products to a sought after market.
“We truly enjoyed working with Tricia on the movie fundraiser event. She’s a pleasure to work with, coordinated everything and made it a fun event for everyone,” said Leslie Wicks, PTA president at Bill Roberts E-8. “The money we raised at the event will help make Bill Roberts a better school.”
With the prolific need for school fundraising, Mom’s Night Out Productions offers a fresh take on fundraising that also provides moms with a special gift. For a small donation, moms get a fun night out and a swag bag all while helping out their local school. Local companies get the chance to sign up as swag bag sponsors. They provide a sample to be given out at the event and also get Campbell’s unique three-step social media plan.
“As a small business owner, I jumped at the chance to be a swag bag sponsor. Tricia was able to put us in front of our target market and I was also happy to be involved in an event that benefits our local schools,” said Crystal Stephen, owner of Plum Consignment in Stapleton.
Campbell is currently working with Lowry Elementary for a Moms Night Production for Keeping Up with the Jones scheduled for October 25, 2016. For more information about Mom’s Night Out Productions go to http://www.momsnightout.buzz.