Help us reach across America. Tell all your friends to tweet as often as possible to help us win this contest. You will be helping us help thousands of children in distress. Thank you!
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Seattle, WA & Philadelphia, PA (Vocus) April 16, 2010
Early this week USA TODAY launched a contest for non profits to see who can get the most tweeters to Re-Tweet the hashtag #AmericaWants. Although there is tough competition out there, The Moyer Foundation is gaining ground. More Donors provides a brief update on the status of the contest.
Nology Media is helping The Moyer Foundation reach out to their twitting supporters to re-tweet (RT) the following message on Twitter. If you have a twitter account PLEASE RT this exact message:
#AmericaWants @moyerfoundation to get a full-page ad in USA TODAY.
Below is a personal appeal from Jamie Moyer himself to supporters:
"Help us reach across America. Tell all your friends to tweet as often as possible to help us win this contest. You will be helping us help thousands of children in distress. Thank you!” - Jamie Moyer
The Moyer Foundation – (a public, 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization) was founded in 2000 by Major League All-Star pitcher, Jamie Moyer and his wife, Karen. The Foundation’s mission is to help children in physical, emotional or financial distress. One of the Foundation’s farthest-reaching initiatives is Camp Erin, free bereavement camps for children and teens ages 6-17 who have lost a family member or friend. Camp Erin is the largest bereavement camp in the country with 36 camps in 23 states and 1 in Canada.
Nology Media LLC, a Seattle based Social Media Management company for leading technology, consumer, healthcare and non-profit organizations. Nology builds platforms that enable brands to listen to the conversation happening all around them and develops compelling content that engages customers, influencers and the media. Nology measures and reports efforts back to clients with a level of meaningful detail that no other digital or traditional marketing can match.
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