Tri-Adathon Group Extends ApplicationDeadline for Not-for-profit Organizations to Receive Pro Bono Services

Sept. 12, 2012

Tri-Adathon – a nonprofit, pro-bono marathon event held by three local Milwaukee marketing and advertising agencies, is seeking entries from not-for-profit organizations located in Southeastern Wisconsin who are interested in pro-bono marketing support.
The 2012 Tri-Adathon will be held on October 19 and 20. Interested nonprofit organizations can apply to receive services at Selections will be announced the week of October 1, 2012.
Who: Any Southeastern Wisconsin certified 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization who would benefit from free marketing, PR, or interactive services from one of the participating agencies.
What: Winning not-for-profits will receive solutions to their current marketing and public relations challenges. Potential support includes marketing strategy, graphic design, annual report design, direct mail, event invitation design, Web strategy/home page design, press kits, media relations plans or interior design services. The participating agencies will work on individual projects and collaboratively on multi-faceted assignments.
When: Responses are being accepted until September 21, 2012.
How: Responses may be submitted using a simple online application at
About Tri-Adathon
Tri-Adathon is a two-day creative marathon which provides pro-bono marketing communication services to Southeastern Wisconsin charities. The event is a joint venture between Catral Doyle creative, Clear Verve Marketing, and Johnson Direct. The 2012 event is the third annual service event with 88.9 Radio Milwaukee as a promotional sponsor. The first two Tri-Adathon events resulted in the donation of over $80,000 in creative services and provided recipients with additional in-kind services from related area vendors. Tri-Adathon 2012 will begin on the morning of October 19, 2012. Work will continue on October 20 and the presentation of finished marketing, graphic design, interactive, and public relations programs will be presented on Monday, October 22. For more information, visit

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