San Francisco, California, June 19, 2007 – GreenCitizen® was recently chosen as a finalist in the Excellent in Marketing Awards organized by the San Francisco Chapter of the American Marketing Association (SFAMA). The event was held at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel on May 17 and connects Fortune 500 companies and their multimillion dollar marketing budgets with small family run organizations whose marketing efforts impact the local community.
Each year the SFAMA honors Bay Area companies whose marketing achievements rate the highest distinction in five categories:
The goal of the SFAMA Chapter is to add value to our 600-member association by bringing in high profile companies to discuss cutting edge marketing issues and innovations in marketing.
2007 winners include Exploratorium for the Excellence in Nonprofit Marketing, Sun Microsystems for Global Image Leader, Safeway for the Change Master, YouTube for Next Big Thing and Grey Advertising for the Excellence in Community Service.
“There are so many exciting and innovative organizations around the bay area choosing a winner in each category is a difficult decision,” Bobbie LaPorte said President of the SFAMA. “We look forward to more great marketing in the future,” she continued.
About the SFAMA
The San Francisco American Marketing Association is a local chapter of the American Marketing Association, the world’s largest marketing association with more than 40,000 members. Founded in 1937, the SFAMA serves the five counties of the greater San Francisco Bay Area by providing its 600 members with a range of tools and resources, as well as valuable industry contacts and information. To learn more about the organization and the awards for 2007 please call (510) 625-2007 or visit www.sfama.org.
GreenCitizen provides convenient, accountable, and safe solutions that make it easy for individuals and business to recycling electronics responsibly- helping to save the environment from harmful electronic waste. GreenCitizen’s educational/drop-off centers in San Francisco and Los Altos, lectures, community programs and website inform people about the issues of electronic waste and the importance of responsible recycling. For more information, visit www.greencitizen.com or call 415.287.0000 x701.