Web Talent Marketing Supports The Victims of Hurricane Sandy Local Internet Marketing Company, Web Talent Marketing partners with Samaritan Purse to reach out to those effected by the "storm of a lifetime."
LANCASTER, Pa., Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hurricane Sandy was predicted to affect the entire East Coast, including many areas of Pennsylvania. Fortunately, Central Pennsylvania did not receive the brunt of the storm. However, New Jersey, Maryland and New York residents were not so lucky. In efforts to assist those who've lost their homes, businesses and belongings, Web Talent Marketing is donating funds through the Samaritan Purse Organization to provide clean drinking water, food and blankets to those in need.
Web Talent fully supports Samaritan Purse's continuous mission to "Go and do likewise" to help rebuild the lives of those in desperate need, wherever they may be found. Web Talent founders and their team have raised funds by contributing a portion of October's revenue to this organization. To encourage participation, Web Talent matched each and every dollar donated by its employees as well.
"With the holidays coming, there are so many families who will likely not be in their homes due to the destruction from Hurricane Sandy. As a team, we felt we should do our part in helping in any way we could," says Mike Canarelli, CFO of Web Talent.
In conjunction with the financial assistance, several Web Talent employees have taken the initiative to donate items such as handmade quilts and personal items.
Since their humble beginnings, Web Talent Marketing has come a long way. Founded in 2010, Web Talent began as a three-person operation that has grown into a full service-marketing agency, offering a vast array of services, including Website Development, Search Engine Marketing, Social Media and Pay-per-Click Advertising. Promotion World Magazine recently recognized Web Talent as the 10th Best SEO Company in the Country.
"We contribute much of our success to our local community and we have great compassion for those whose lives have been turned upside down. We want to help rebuild lost neighborhoods in New York, New Jersey and Maryland," says Oliver Feakins, CEO of Web Talent.
Web Talent encourages local community members to respond to the devastation of Sandy by visiting www.samaritanpurse.org. "Go and do likewise" by volunteering time, talents or sending a monetary donation to those in need.
Media Contact: Oliver Feakins Web Talent Marketing, 717-283-4045, firstname.lastname@example.org
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