Thursday, January 16, 2014

Marketing Mayhem and 5 Hour Energy’s Weekly Award

How do you break through the clutter and get noticed (in a good way) 5 Hour Energy has found a way.

5-Hour-ENERGY has started the 5-Hour-ENERGY Helps Amazing People program. The program was created to “recognize outstanding people who, despite their own challenges, give their time and energy to make the lives of others better.

The makers of 5-hour ENERGY® were brainstorming new ideas, and the concept of featuring real hard working heroes seemed like a winner, so we decided to take it a step further…. And the 5-hour ENERGY® Helps Amazing People project was born.

5-hour ENERGY® has always been about helping hard working people. 5-hour ENERGY® Helps takes this further by making a significant difference in the lives of those who are working through difficult circumstances.

5-hour ENERGY® Helps recognizes outstanding people who, despite their own challenges, give their time and energy to make the lives of others better.

5-hour ENERGY® Helps believes that by sharing these inspirational stories, others will be motivated to give their time and energy to a worthy cause.

Deanne Goodman and Roxanna Haynes are the hosts of the 5 Hour Energy Heps Amazing People videos. 

Deanne’s passion for helping others started at a young age. In high school, Deanne was featured in Teen People Magazine for designing and selling a necklace that raised $17,000 for babies with birth defects. In college at Vanderbilt University, Deanne was given a campus leadership award for launching a volunteer club that brought shelter puppies and kittens to local senior care homes for pet therapy. Deanne continues to volunteer in her community, mentors aspiring journalists, and served on the board of a non-profit that trained service dogs to help troops with PTSD.

Inspired to make a difference in the lives of others, and to be the voice for the voiceless, Roxanna chose to pursue a career in journalism. In 2009, Roxanna won an Associated Press Award for her story about homeless people living in the woods. She then volunteered with a local homeless outreach program to help find homes for the people featured in the story.

What “new” idea can your business start to put you above the clutter and get you and your business recognized and most importantly remembered.

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