This award is not about Ryan or me,” commented Houghton.“It’s recognition of our employees and their continued work to give back to the community. This belongs to them.
Durham, NC (Vocus) May 27, 2010
Aaron Houghton and Ryan Allis, Co-Founders of iContact, an industry leader in email marketing services, were named Corporate Volunteers of the Year by Business Leader Magazine this week. The honor was part of the Business Leader of the Year 2010 Awards held in Raleigh, North Carolina.
“This award is not about Ryan or me,” commented Houghton.“It’s recognition of our employees and their continued work to give back to the community. This belongs to them."
iContact supports non-profits and community-giving initiatives. iContact’s team members are dedicated to serving their local community through ongoing volunteer efforts. iContact’s 4-1s and Volunteerforce Programs give employees 2.5 paid days off per year for community service.
Other honorees at the Business Leader of the Year 2010 Awards included IBM, Cisco, SciQuest and Progress Energy.
With more than 63,000 customers, iContact provides email marketing for small businesses and non-profits. iContact allows for easy creation of email newsletters, surveys, and autoresponders. Market leaders like Intuit, Vonage, Symantec, International Paper, LG Electronics and ReMax, use iContact to build stronger relationships with their customers and prospects at a fraction of the cost of traditional marketing methods.
iContact, designed for the Small Business market, is available at http://www.iContact.com; iContactPlus, a suite of custom and managed services designed for mid-sized organizations, is available at http://www.iContactPlus.com.
For media inquiries, contact Chuck Hester, APR, Communications Director,
Chuck(at)iContact(dot)com or 919.459.1451.
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