email Marketing Service to Give Away 25 Free Accounts
NASHVILLE, TENN., November 1 /CNW/ - Emma(R), the email marketing and
communications service, announces the launch of its fourth annual Emma 25
program, to award 25 free accounts to charitable groups around the world.
Now in its fourth year, Emma 25 is a program in which Emma and its
customers team up to provide marketing and communication help to charities
working hard to improve the lives of people in their communities. Each year,
Emma's customers nominate their favorite - and most deserving - local
charities, and the Emma staff select 25 and award them with a free Emma
account, custom-designed brand stationery, and a free year of service that's
renewable year after year.
Emma will be accepting nominations from its customers through Wednesday,
November 21st, and will announce the 25 honorees during the first week of
Honorees from previous years include the Central Missouri Autism Project,
an organization that provides resources and support for people with autism,
Nashville Safe Haven, a shelter serving homeless families in Middle Tennessee,
and Raising Voices, a Uganda-based group working to prevent violence against
women and children in Africa.
For full program details, and past honorees, visit www.myemma.com/emma25.
Emma is a Web-based service that helps organizations communicate and
market in style. Designed for small- and mid-size businesses, organizations
and agencies, Emma makes it easy to create attractive email newsletters and
campaigns, send to large opt-in audiences, and track the response in real
time. Launched in 2002, Emma currently powers the emails of Gibson, New York
University, Coinstar, YoungLife, NPR's Car Talk radio show and more than 8,000
organizations around the U.S. and abroad.
To learn more, visit www.myemma.com.
For further information:
For further information: Emma Suzanne Norman, 615-292-5888, x130