451 Marketing Partnering with Special Olympics Massachusetts and Interise for Marketing Project
Agency’s Summer Intern Class To Create Communications Strategy for Area Non-Profits
451 Marketing, a national communications agency specializing in public relations, content and digital marketing, today announced that it will be partnering with Special Olympics Massachusetts and Interise for its first annual summer intern marketing project. The summer intern class will be split into two teams which, guided by 451 employees, will work to create public relations, social media, search marketing and content strategies for the organizations.
“We’re really looking forward to kicking off this project,” said Nick Savarese, AVP Advancement and Marketing for Special Olympics Massachusetts. “We’re always working to grow our mission and highlight the great abilities of Special Olympics athletes and are excited to partner with 451 to do so.”
This announcement comes just months after the launch of the agency’s 451 Cares initiative, a program that gives every employee one paid workday per quarter to volunteer at the organization of their choosing. Most recently, 451 Cares days have benefited Community Servings and the Greater Boston Food Bank.
“Our senior management are always looking for ways to enhance our agency and employee involvement with the community,” said Halley Sheffield, Director of Marketing for 451 Marketing. “This project is an opportunity not only to help these organizations but also for our interns to get one on one experience with clients. I’m really excited to see what the teams come up with.”
The project will kick off in June and culminate with a final presentation, training and strategy-handoff to the organizations in early August. Non-profit organizations interested in partnering with 451 Marketing for future projects should reach out to Halley Sheffield at firstname.lastname@example.org.