Hope Afloat would like to thank PPC Hero and the company behind it Hanapin Marketing for their tremendous show of support.
They have been gracious enough to help spread the word about Hope Afloat via their Pay per Click (PPC) industry blog PPC Hero. Not only that, they have also made Hope Afloat a beneficiary of their Crayola Crayon Day campaign!
Recognizing that American school children are lucky to benefit from the availability and use of crayons for art and crafts on an almost daily basis, and the lack of this simple object for other school-aged kids around the world, PPC Hero and Hanapin Marketing are moving to encourage friends and colleagues to be a blessing and share this simple joy to children in the Philippines who will be beneficiaries of Hope Afloat DryBags and School Kits, which include a box of Crayons.
Each $10 donation can help color a child’s world AND give him/her a handy tool to protect his/her important school things from disastrous rain and floods, which happen all too regularly (and increasingly potentially disastrous) in the Philippines.
About PPC Hero
PPC Hero is the Pay Per Click industry’s most-trafficked digital advertising blog, PPC Hero, which is known for its consistent expertise and professional-caliber content and commentary. Each post in PPC Hero delivers cutting-edge thought leadership from an actual Hanapin account manager.
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About Hanapin Marketing
Hanapin Marketing is an industry-leading digital marketing agency based out of Bloomington Indiana that specializes in just one thing: digital advertising. It’s their objective to make everyone better at it: themselves, their clients, their peers—the entire industry.
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About Caryola Crayon Day
Crayola Crayon Day celebrates a timeless childhood joy and continuing creativity! Cousins Edwin Binney and C. Harold Smith (aka Binney and Smith) first introduced their 8 color box of crayons on March 31, 1903.
The colors in the original 8 stick pack were Red, Orange, Yellow, Blue, Brown, Green, Black and Violet. Since then, Crayola Crayons have grown to 130 plus colors! The factory produces at least 7 million crayons daily and it is estimated that each American child from 2-8 years would have spent an average of 28 minutes per day using crayons.