fishbat Honored For Raising Over $30,000 For Island Harvest

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In the latest episode of “fishbat Splash,” fishbat CEO Clay Darrohn discusses the company’s fundraising efforts with Long Island’s food bank, Island Harvest.

We see what you guys do and you inspire us. We work tirelessly to try to do whatever we can to help out. And if everybody could help out, we could all really do some damage here...

On May 19, Clay Darrohn, CEO and “Big Tuna” of online marketing firm fishbat, expresses his gratitude for being honored at Citi Field and discusses the company’s fundraising partnership with Island Harvest in the latest episode of “fishbat Splash.”

The newest edition of “fishbat Splash,” highlights the company’s recent honor at Citi Field on May 8 for its involvement with the Long Island food bank, Island Harvest. To date, fishbat has raised over $30,000 for Island Harvest as part of an ongoing effort to help Long Islanders suffering from hunger.

“After starting our agency a couple of years ago, we wanted to partner with a reputable charity on Long Island that could really help the masses,” Darrohn says in the video. “Island Harvest is without a doubt one of the best charities [dealing] with hunger. I mean it’s a huge issue on Long Island and we wanted to work with them right out of the gate.”

At Citi Field, Island Harvest’s CEO Randi Shubin Dresner presented Darrohn with the Mitt Award for fishbat’s tremendous fundraising efforts. Darrohn expressed his gratitude for the award. “We have a tremendous team behind us, not unlike at Island Harvest.” he says in the video. “We see what you guys do and you inspire us. We work tirelessly to try to do whatever we can to help out. And if everybody could help out, we could all really do some damage here. I want to thank you for this, and I want to thank my team because this is for you guys, as well as the fishbat organization.”

fishbat most recently partnered with Island Harvest for the “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive on May 11. The fishbat team assisted in boxing up thousands of pounds of food and loading it onto trucks to be distributed to organizations in need of food support.

At last year’s “Stamp Out Hunger” event, Darrohn says Island Harvest sent out 430,000 pounds of food to organizations that aid people suffering from hunger. “It shows you the kind of need that’s out there,” he says.

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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