Red Cross Calendar
American Red Cross
Research has provided some predictability of the average calendar’s impact:
An estimated 50% of all calendars will be hung up on the end users wall.
A calendar is viewed five times per day per person.
A calendar is viewed by 1.5 persons per day.
A calendar is hung in an office open 5 days per week,
50 weeks per year.
Lots and lots of positive impressions.
Give a calendar; everyone will notice; the receiver will appreciate it.
I encourage the rest of you to take a look at it too. And help spread the word. There are 80 different Red Cross Chapters that have signed up to use this as a fundraising tool. They are all distributing paper flyers to their respective constituents …
This fundraiser supports LOCAL Red Cross chapters. So…most of that goes to disaster relief. So, does a piece of the local budgets. And LOCAL chapters support our LOCAL communities, especially in the Winter months. So, they could use our support…
Please. Thank you.
Pete Caputa is right: Support your LOCAL Red Cross.
Very little of the calendar donation will go to the overhead support of Marsha Evans. She runs the American Red Cross. She earns $651,957.
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Thank you (foot)notes:
Your Business Blogger has an interest in a calendar marketing company in the advertising industry. Not affiliated with the Red Cross.