I took on an internal marketing-copywriting project for the Fairmont Millennium Park Chicago — check it out!
“35 in 35” from the Fairmont Millennium Park Chicago
At last, even the eleventh hour can be completely stress-free.
We know what’s important to our meeting planners, beyond the ultimate in amenities and a prime location, and that’s stress-free booking, even within a small window. You want simplified contracts with robust concessions; you need luxury services at a great value, without a hassle.
That’s why we created “35 in 35,” an offer exclusively for bookings within a 35-day window, filled with your most sought-after, most-requested concessions, amenities and contract terms — including incredible 35 percent discounts, $35 special deals, and much more.
It’s everything you want and need, and nothing you don’t, planned within 35 days of your event. Your job just got so much easier.
I’ve been working for a new non-profit client in the health space, writing marketing and fundraising materials, Website copy, and social media content. The PAL Foundation’s mission is to support groundbreaking research and science in the pediatric rheumatology field, to give children and their families suffering from lupus and arthritis a better quality of life. Check them out at http://www.pal-foundation.org.
I’ve been combining my love of advertising and new media with my passion for yoga and fitness to help promote a few up-and-coming studios in the LA area.
One of my latest projects includes these ads for Web/social media for HALE Pilates Method’s donation classes to benefit Operation Shanti. I pitched the idea and handled the copywriting and design — plus, that’s me in the photos, getting my yoga on.
With three versions of the 42-panel “Courage to Remember” exhibit traveling around the country simultaneously, it’s a race for me to create fliers, printed invitations, and Web ads for each event, as well as reach out the media, community leaders and local dignitaries in each city, while also running the social media campaign!
Here are a few examples of promotional materials I’ve created for Florida and the San Diego County Fair, which will be the biggest venue to host the exhibit in its history!
I have been busy creating the promotional and educational materials for the traveling photo exhibit “The Courage to Remember: The Holocaust, 1933-1945.” Produced by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the educational arm of the Museum of Tolerance, it featuring more than 200 moving, powerful images, many of which can’t be seen anywhere else in the world.