TRIO launches new marketing solution for nonprofit organizations

Press Release

Trio Solutions Inc. (TRIO), a Mount Pleasant-based marketing communications agency, has launched a new marketing solution designed specifically for nonprofit organizations. TRIO used its 20 years of experience working with nonprofits to create Marketing Impact Assistant (MIA). By utilizing MIA, nonprofits with limited budgets can optimize their marketing efforts without the cost of a full-time marketing employee or the expense of a large agency.

“MIA is the result of years of planning and understanding what nonprofits need when it comes to sharing their story,” says Jessica Munday, TRIO’s president and founder. “As we formulated the concept, we discovered MIA actually had her own personality and became a part of our team. We had fun designing MIA and look forward to helping charitable organizations bring about meaningful change in this unique creative way.”

MIA offers a collection of essential marketing tools for nonprofits seeking to have a more proactive approach to marketing, PR, social media, branding and communications. With multiple pricing options, MIA provides nonprofits an opportunity to have access to affordable, creative marketing services on a recurring basis.

“After watching so many nonprofits struggle with their approach to marketing, it’s exciting to know that MIA may be the answer small to mid-sized nonprofits are looking for,” says Caroline Kredensor, the manager for TRIO’s MIA program. “Investing in MIA will help nonprofits connect with their constituents, maintain a polished brand and actively share their story at a fraction of what it would cost using a large marketing firm.”

TRIO is currently accepting a limited number of MIA clients. Nonprofits interested in learning more about MIA should contact Stephanie Barrow at 843-216-0442 or email [email protected]. Details about MIA can be found at www.trio-solutions.com/mia.

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