Two nonprofits win 30-page website and year of hosting
Intelmarx has announced the winners of its free 30-page website contest. AnEmergencyScene of Altoona and Jason and Nordic Publishers of Hollidaysburg each will each receive a free website, along with one year of free web hosting, courtesy of Intelmarx, LLC. The contest was open to any nonprofit organization registered in the US. Qualifying contestants were asked to post their story on the Intelmarx Facebook page, telling why they were deserving of a free website. The contest ended Nov. 19, when AnEmergencyScene and Jason and Nordic Publishers were both declared the winners.
AnEmergencyScene, an independent concert promotion company, was formed in 2005. Their goal is to change and strengthen the local Altoona music community by holding live music shows in local venues. "Giving guidance and positive reinforcement," said Ryan Wapner, owner of the organization. "We would support their needs to rise above challenges they face by utilizing creative outlets to express themselves in productive ways."
Since it began six years ago, AES has hosted and promoted a number of shows for many noteworthy musical acts including All Time Low, Punchline and Story of the Year. Jason and Nordic Publishers, publishers of the Turtle Books series, is a company dedicated to filling a gap in children's literature. Their easy-to-read, honest and colorful stories aim to offer insights in dealing with children who have physical and mental disabilities. The series consists of 17 books, each which tells the story of a young child with a physical, mental and/or language impairment such as cerebral palsy, autism and Down syndrome. Intelmarx, applying its strengths of marketing, technology and social interaction, will aid these two organizations in developing a website and integrating social media. Intelmarx is a solutions and services company that brings together the strengths in marketing, technology and social interaction whose primary market is nonprofit organizations and higher education institutions.
Three proprietary software applications developed by Intelmarx create a complete enterprise solution for non-profit and higher education organizations, associations, faith-based groups and other organizations to help them use the Internet to take relationships to new levels.
The company delivers a full suite of online constituent relationship management (eCRM) solutions through a Software as a Service model, along with professional services and support that helps nonprofits achieve extraordinary results in fundraising, advocacy, outreach and other forms of mission-critical support.
An industry pioneer in online marketing, Intelmarx is developing a community of clients, partners and employees that share ideas, foster innovation and work together to elevate online marketing and the non-profit community as a whole. For more information, call Intelmarx at 941-9218 or visit www.intelmarx.com.