New York, NY, – October 28, 2011 – Studio One Networks presented a check to Larry Lundy, Director of New Business Development, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, at Studio One Networks’ booth on the final day of the ANA Annual Masters of Marketing Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. The Studio One Networks donation, in the amount of $7,450, came from their Content Challenge for Charity, a call to all ANA conference participants. Studio One committed a $50 donation to one of three non-profit humanitarian organizations for each attendee to its booth during the conference. 149 visitors joined Studio One in supporting Komen’s efforts in fighting breast cancer.
“Studio One is proud to make this gift to Susan G. Komen for the Cure during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We believe in the Komen mission of ‘Less Talk, More Action,’ which is why we issued the Content Challenge for Charity at this years’ ANA Masters of Marketing Conference,” commented Andrew Susman, CEO of Studio One Networks. “We were inspired by all who visited our booth, shared their stories and expressed support for Komen. We believe content is more than just content. Quality content can connect, inspire, educate, empower and save lives.”
Noted Lundy, “This is a tremendous showing from ANA members and we are very grateful for the support of partners and individual donors who are helping us to make progress against the leading cancer in women and the leading cause of cancer death in women worldwide. Our thanks to the ANA and all who are helping to support our research and programs that help women and men facing breast cancer.”
In addition to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Studio One Networks donated $2,550 to CFY, a national education nonprofit that helps low-income communities harness the power of digital learning, and another $1,150 to the International Rescue Committee, an international humanitarian organization that advocates for and provides material support for victims of war and disaster. In total, Studio One Networks raised $11,150.