Mission Children’s Hospital teams with local marketing company for Children in Crisis Fund

Mission Hospital Children’s Hospital teams with local marketing company to support Children in Crisis Fund.

Through Asheville’s local deal marketing company, You Get We Give, Asheville businesses have a chance to offer special deals during the 2013 Mission Children’s Hospital Radiothon and help raise funds for children in crisis.

What: Charitable donations through on line deals sponsored by local merchants

Who: Mission Children’s Hospital, You Get We Give and local businesses

Event focus: MCH Radiothon February 22-23

Where: Reuter Family YMCA, 3 Town Square Boulevard, Asheville, N.C. 28803

When: February 15-23

Why this is important: You Get We Give offers local businesses promotion to more than 75,000 KISS County listeners and 25,000 members and supporters of Mission Hospital with no upfront costs.

Web Site: www.yougetwegive.com

Contact information: Bob Perlstein 828 545-9293 bob@yougetwegive.com.

During the week of February 15-23 local merchants can offer discounts on line and You Get We Give will donate 10 percent to Mission Children’s Hospital. Merchants can also pick a day to give a percentage of their proceeds to the hospital as well.

You Get We Give is an Asheville based on line deal marketing company that supports local charities such as Asheville Humane Society, Asheville Buncombe Youth Soccer Association, ABCCM and Manna Food Bank. When local businesses offer deals for Asheville residents through the You Get We Give web site, You Get We Give donates 10 percent of the deal proceeds to charity.

You Get We Give is unique among on line deal sites in that is a locally owned and focused marketing company. They work with Asheville businesses to custom design deals which support and promote the business without overwhelming them.

You Get We Give: www.yougetwegive.com


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