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Companies & Causes Day to be Held in LA on October 5 Gathering to Help Businesses & Nonprofits Prosper Together

Submitted by: Engage for Good

Categories: Community Development

Posted: Aug 04, 2006 – 01:14 PM EST


Aug. 04 /CSRwire/ - LOS ANGELES - Spurred by requests for guidance on building successful business/nonprofit alliances, the producer of America's leading cause marketing conference will bring its brand of training and relationship building to Los Angeles this fall.

"Companies & Causes Day: LA serves two audiences: business executives who want to "do well by doing good" and nonprofit leaders seeking insights into building mutually-beneficial relationships with corporations," said David Hessekiel, president of Cause Marketing Forum, Inc. which will produce the event at the Luxe Hotel Sunset Boulevard on October 5. Complete information is available at www.companiesandcauses.com .

Attendees can attend an all-day intensive workshop, the "Building Company/Cause Alliances Institute", or invest two hours to attend the "Companies & Causes Day: LA Luncheon" which will feature outstanding speakers in the field.

"After four years of holding our national conference in New York City, we've decided to produce a special event for West Coast businesses and nonprofits who've resisted traveling east," explained Hessekiel, whose company is based in suburban Rye, New York.

Companies & Causes Day: LA has received a warm reception from California businesses including sponsorship from Nestle, Washington Mutual, Allison & Partners, Kintera, Kompolt and Top Design.

Further information and registration is available by calling (914) 921-3914 or by visiting http://www.companiesandcauses.com . Discounted early bird rates are available to those who sign up by September 15.

For more information, please contact:

David Hessekiel Cause Marketing Forum
Phone: (914) 921-3914

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Engage for Good


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