Our non-profit partners do incredible things. At the 2013 SPN Annual Meeting, Spark Freedom named five organizations as Trendsetters in our first annual recognition program. These stand-outs exemplify the mindset and creativity required to reach new audiences with the message of free-markets, efficient government, and personal responsibility.
Don’t forget to stop by the Spark Freedom Communications Lab at the SPN Annual Meeting to learn more about the great work of these organizations, share a snack, and tap into the knowledge of our experts in marketing and communications.
Want to become a 2014 Spark Freedom Trendsetter? Click here to find out how.
FEE took to the internet to settle common debates within the freedom movement. After visitors read the opposing arguments, they were able to vote for the side they agreed with.
Click here to see FEE’s online debate forum, The Arena.
The Freedom Foundation hosted pro-free market entrepreneur Gregg Glassman for multiple events in Seattle, WA. By focusing on the tight-knit CrossFit community in the area and their needs, the Freedom Foundation was able to connect with over 550 potential new supporters.
Click here to see Freedom Foundation’s event recap
The Illinois Policy Institute has consistently proved itself the king of social media among SPN think tanks for its effective use of Twitter. By leveraging connections with influential users and members of the media, the Chicago-based group has built an instant audience of 26,000 and counting for all of its marketing efforts.
Click here to see Illinois Policy Institute’s Twitter profile
The Sutherland Institute used the Facebook app Offerpop to expand their audience on Facebook and grow their email list. Through Offerpop, they were able to create online contests that encouraged their fans to share their page with others for a chance to win prizes, such as tickets to football games.
Click here to see if the Sutherland Institute has a current offer on their Facebook page, or contact us to put you in touch with Dave Buer.
The Beacon Center of Tennessee highlighted the positive effects of school choice through their Faces of Freedom project. Rather than using charts and graphs to convince their audience, this project put a face and story to the hope created by good education policy.
Click here to read more about the Beacon Center’s Faces of Freedom
Second, remember that we’re here to help. We’ll brainstorm with you, share marketing advice, and connect you with the best vendors to ensure your project is ahead of the curve in 2014. Email us at nicole at sparkfreedom dot org if you would like a quick consultation for your next project.