Powerade and Emerald Marketing Partners Team Up to Produce the
Official MN Vikings “Kick Off” After Party August 28th
To Benefit MOCA (MN) and the Chris Rogers Youth Foundation
Minneapolis, MN—Veteran marketing company, Emerald Marketing Partners, announced today they will produce the Official Minnesota Vikings “Kick Off” After Party. The event will take place on August 28th at Aqua Night Club in Minneapolis and will benefit the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance (MOCA (MN) and the Chris Rogers Youth Foundation.
The event will feature a red-carpet welcome, dancers, a model call, music, tons of sponsor giveaways, autograph signings by the Vikings players, special celebrity guest appearances all in a vibrant celebratory atmosphere.
“We are so thankful for companies like EMP who “get it” realize intertwining unique entertainment events with charitable endeavors is the way of the future. Every company should be more socially responsible. I hope everyone will find ways to support companies, like EMP, that give back to great causes like the Chris Rogers Youth Foundation and MOCA (MN), we are committed to changing lives,” explains Chris Rogers, CEO of the Chris Rogers Youth Foundation.
If you would like to have your items featured in the Official Minnesota Vikings “Kick Off” After Party Gift Bag? Promotions, flyers, coupons, should be shipped to Attention EMP: 1223 Lagoon Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55408 preferably in quantities of 300 (no minimums and the venue capacity is 900) due date by August 25th.
For more information please visit www.emeraldmarketing.com
About The Chris Rogers Foundation
The Chris Rogers Foundation is a developing mentoring program that utilizes a holistic approach to improve the overall well-being of urban youth. The organization provides opportunity to youth struggling to find purpose and direction. The organization provides guidance-oriented programs that emphasize the importance of having a sound Mind, Body and Soul.
About MOCA (MN)
Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance (MOCA) was founded in 1999 by a small group of ovarian cancer survivors to fund ovarian cancer research in Minnesota, raise awareness of the disease and to provide support to women with ovarian cancer and their families. MOCA currently has 800 ovarian cancer survivor members and the organization has awarded $2.5 million for ovarian cancer research to promote earlier detection, better treatment and a cure.