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16th Floor Media Clients
A locally-owned, dual location auto-mechanic in business since 1972. We help with brand awareness, consumer education and storytelling through social media. We have grown their audience reach by over 700% and their page engagement by 2000% in one year.
We are blessed to help Littleton & Rue Funeral Home create relevant content for the local community. With an
In business for over 25 years, Air Duct Cleaning Co had little to no online presence 3 years ago. We assisted with a basic website.
In Fall 2017, we began working with them on their Facebook presence and since we have increased their community engagement by over 2000%!
One of many non-profits we work with, United Way is unique. We assist in promoting events on-site and online. We also help to promote partner agencies and donors throughout the three county network. By bringing consistency to their online networks, we are working to help United Way be a go-to source for area opportunities. Through the 18mos as a 16th Floor Client, we have helped UWCCMC increase their community online engagement by over 500% on Facebook and 5500% on Instagram!
Dooley Service Pro is an area provider of septic, plumbing and
As Family-Owned and Operated Freight Transportation and Warehouse Company, Perkins needed to increase
We also developed
Bethlehem Lutheran School is a small parochial school located in Fairborn, Ohio. We are partnered with them to help improve enrollment numbers for
2018 – Lindsey was the Campaign Manager for Two-Term Ohio State Representative Kyle Koehler. Duties included on-site event management, campaign donations, schedule management
Fresh off the passage of the Fairness in Lending Act, Representative Koehler won a third term in the Ohio Legislature.
Rob Rue for City Commissioner
2017 – Lindsey was the online campaign manager for the Rob Rue for Springfield City Commissioner Campaign. The campaign started in November 2016 and through November 2017. Rob was elected to a non-partisan position of City Commissioner with an overwhelming majority vote.
2018 – As a personal cause, with a budget of only $450 (vs a
By educating the public with feet on the ground and through social media of the potential costs and unforeseen effects of this proposal, the issue failed by a 54/46 margin! This was the third (and hopefully final) time the people of Springfield have rejected such a proposal.
2017 – Lindsey ran the Social Media Campaign of Save Your Heritage Center: Vote FOR Issue 3! Working together with the staff of The Clark County Historical Society at the Heritage Center she raised awareness and importance of the almost 150-year-old building central to the architecture and history of Springfield, Ohio. After previous attempts to pass the levy failed, they launched an intensive social media campaign. It worked and the levy passed!
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