August 3, 2011
The Titan Agency Goes To The Dogs
ATLANTA, Aug. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Titan Agency, an Atlanta-based full service advertising and marketing agency with offices in Miami, announced today its sponsorship of the second-annual Humane Event hosted by The 1873 Society Club, the junior board of the Atlanta Humane Society (AHS).
Set for Friday, September 23 at midtown's Summerour Studio, the event will feature great food, open bar, specialty vodka, a silent auction and music by KINGSIZED, all for a great cause! All funds raised at the event will be dedicated to rescues by AHS' HEART vehicle, including puppy mills, dog fighting rings, hoarders and disaster areas as well as the AHS Mobile Spay/Neuter Vehicle.
Stacey Pattison, a senior account executive at The Titan Agency, serves on the board of The 1873 Society Club. The organization is comprised of young professionals and philanthropists devoted to combating animal cruelty and overpopulation by raising awareness and funds to support the AHS HEART Animal Rescue Program and Mobile Spay/Neuter Unit. The Atlanta Humane Society was founded in 1873 and is Atlanta's oldest, private, not-for-profit animal welfare organization.
"We're big fans of four-legged companions of all shapes and sizes," said Tony DeMartino, CEO of The Titan Agency. "A lot of our staff here are animal owners and we have team members who are actively involved with the Atlanta Humane Society, so this was a great cause for us to get behind."
About The Titan Agency
Formed in 2001, The Titan Agency combines deep knowledge of brand, business and capital strategies to produce advertising and marketing campaigns that drive bottom-line results. Additionally, we believe the offline and online worlds have converged into one. As a result, marketing requires one agency that creates one strategy and delivers messages with impact through multiple mediums that reach people wherever they are. One Voice. One Agency. One Solution. For more information, visit www.thetitanagency.com.
SOURCE The Titan Agency