SnapRetail Unveils Online Fundraiser for American Red Cross

PITTSBURGH-SnapRetail, the digital-marketing firm, has launched a fundraiser called Cocktails for Causes, which is intended to support the American Red Cross.

The campaign involves a pledge to donate $1 to the American Red Cross for every person who indicates that they "like" SnapRetail on its Facebook page. As a twist, those individuals who "like" SnapRetail on Facebook will be asked to rank their favorite summertime drink among five choices: beer, mimosa, sangria, margarita or milk. The funds will go directly to Red Cross disaster relief via the organization's chapters here and in Atlanta and Dallas.

SnapRetail will also celebrate the campaign with a retailer party on June 24 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market. The fundraiser will conclude with a live Cocktails for Causes event on July 15, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market in Building Two, room 1800 at AmericasMart.

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