Barefoot for Bare Feet Has Taken its First Steps!

On September 6, 2010 we launched a social media campaign, Barefoot for Bare Feet, for Samaritan’s Feet—a non-profit that distributes shoes to needy children all over the world.

We’re aiming to raise $1,000,000 by January 17, 2011, increase Barefoot for Bare feet’s social media following and reach out to PRSSA chapters around the country to get them involved.

To achieve these objectives, we developed a micro site and a blog to provide detailed information about the campaign including: contests, interviews, news stories and coach blogs.  And since it is a social media campaign, Twitter and Facebook posts will be the backbone of our efforts.  Social media messaging will communicate contests and also fundraisers including a text to donate on the 17th of every month.  To increase awareness of Samaritan’s Feet and to increase followers on the social media platforms, we will reach out to Butler PRSSA and other chapters around the country, Butler alumni, Butler sports marketing, Butler’s Colleges of Communication and Business, and community churches and high schools.  We will provide them with specialized plans to help them contribute to the cause as much as possible.  To find out more information on the campaign or how to get involved go to www.barefootforbarefeet.com (launching soon), www.barefootforbarefeet.wordpress.com or follow us on Twitter @tweet_4_feet.

Thanks in advance for all of your support, we’re looking forward to moving forward!

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