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Beyond Spots & Dots Donates to Boys & Girls Clubs with Each New “Like”

Friday, January 31, 2014

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

During the month of February, Pittsburgh advertising agency Beyond Spots & Dots will donate $1 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania for each new person who “Likes” Beyond Spots & Dots on Facebook.

After raising money for the Boys and Girls Clubs in the past during a similar campaign, Beyond Spots & Dots decided to continue the tradition. CEO, Andreas Beck, believes this is “the perfect way to harvest the power of social media, not only to share a message, but to also make a difference in the community.”

This year, Beyond Spots & Dots hopes to be able to increase its charitable donation from this social media initiative. Those interested in participating can visit http://www.facebook.com/BeyondSpotsAndDots

About Beyond Spots & Dots

Beyond Spots & Dots is a full service advertising agency dedicated to creating, planning and managing advertising, marketing, public relations, branding and digital efforts for its clients. Founded in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is operated out of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has a global reach. In 2013 Beyond Spots & Dots was included in Inc.’s 5000 Fastest-Growing Companies List for the second consecutive year.

About Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania

Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania is a unique organization consisting of nine traditional Club facilities, a charter high school, a café and retail venture for our teen entrepreneurship program, and juvenile justice services. Since 1888, Boys & Girls Clubs has provided children with the essential tools needed for a successful and bright future.

 

 

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