(LOMBARD, IL) – The elves at Stevens & Tate Marketing are spreading holiday cheer and giving back in a fun new way this year. The agency has developed a new holiday-themed Mobile App, and announced that all 2014 proceeds will be donated to the DuPage County Toys For Tots. Dan Gartlan, President of Stevens & Tate, said: “It’s all about celebrating the spirit of the season and finding creative ways to make a difference this time of year.”
According to the agency, the “Elf A Selfie” App offers a fun way to interact and share festive spirit during the holidays. Users can “Elf A Selfie” by taking a photo and digitally overlaying an array of festive original prop images that include glittery ornaments, bows, glasses, hats, and more. People can then spread good cheer by sharing unique and merry “sELFies” with family and friends online.
The “Elf A Selfie” App costs $.99 and is available for download at the iTunes Store now. It will also be available at the Google Play Store in mid-December. Everyone who downloads the App during the 2014 season will get the joy of knowing they are also helping a notable local charity. Learn more at https://stevens-tate.com/press-releases/stevens-tate-marketings-seasonal-elf-a-selfie-app-recognized-with-an-international-davey-award/.
Stevens & Tate is actively involved with supporting charitable causes and not-for-profit organizations throughout the year as part of its ongoing Lend-A-Hand program—contributing time and expertise to associations such as Autism Society of Illinois (ASI) and American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA), among others.
“We believe strongly in the power of giving back and are passionate about helping local families,” said Stevens & Tate Marketing President Dan Gartlan. “’Elf A Selfie’ was a fun way for us to continue this initiative over the holiday season, and get others involved as well,” he continued. “Our Lend-A-Hand program really motivates the team—they enjoy the creativity and feel good supporting a worthy cause.”
As an additional way to get the word out about the App, Stevens & Tate also created a holiday card that’s being sent to clients, partners and vendors. The card carries over the theme and showcases agency staff “ELFing” themselves in photos using the same festive props found in the App. “It is our hope that we can encourage participation from everyone that learns about the App, and in doing so, further support Toys For Tots,” Gartlan stated.
To learn more about Stevens & Tate Marketing’s “Elf A Selfie” App and its connection with helping DuPage County Toys For Tots, visit www.stevens-tate.com/elfaselfie. To discuss other Lend-A-Hand program initiatives, please contact Dan Gartlan at 630-627-5200.
Stevens & Tate Marketing is a full-service advertising agency offering award-winning, on-strategy creative; integrated message development; and cost-effective media planning and execution. They create targeted solutions for clients within business-to-business, food/grocery, retail, real estate, travel/tourism, healthcare, senior living, manufacturing, and other industries. Visit www.stevens-tate.com to learn more.
The DuPage County Toys For Tots is a Chicagoland chapter of the national charitable organization that helps “Deliver Hope” to deserving families during the holiday season. To learn more about the program based out of Wheaton, Illinois, visit their website at https://dupage-il.toysfortots.org/local-coordinator-sites/lco-sites/default.aspx or contact Rita O’Reilly, Coordinator, Toys for Tots, DuPage County: call 888-267-4449 or email email@example.com.
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Stevens & Tate Marketing in Lombard, Illinois, introduces its all-new “Elf A Selfie” Mobile App and a donation partnership with the DuPage County Toys For Tots program to celebrate the 2014 holiday season. The new App allows users to “elf” a photo using an array of fun and festive prop images, then share their creations with friends and family online. All proceeds from App downloads through Apple iTunes or the Android Google Play Store during 2014 will be donated to support Toys For Tots, DuPage County.