During December 2017, Spring Strategies gathered winter clothing such as jackets, pants, gloves, and hats for the area’s homeless and underserved populations. By collecting clothing from other companies in their building and their own ranks, the team at Spring Strategies gathered more than two SUVs full of warm winter clothing. On the day before Christmas, several team members brought the clothing to Washington, DC, and handed it out to homeless individuals.
“It was wonderful to see our team show up for those in need just as we show up for the client,” said CEO Chris Migner. “We are pleased to support the local community and will continue to assist people and organizations less fortunate than us.”
“I had never done anything like it before so at first I was a little nervous, but everyone we met was so nice and appreciative,” said Ashleigh Jenkins, Junior Account Manager at Spring Strategies. “It was a very humbling and rewarding experience, and I look forward to being able to do this again.”
Spring Strategies provides the client with excellent results and high quality through proven direct sales and marketing tactics. The company prides itself on developing an experienced, highly-trained team that works to gain new customers and retain existing customers on behalf of the client.
The company, which continues to broaden its expertise by adding clients in ever diverse industries, recently contracted with new clients in the green energy and retail areas. Named for the fourth consecutive year in 2017 as a Best and Brightest Company to Work For, Spring Strategies expects continued growth and strategic expansion in 2018.
Original article posted on PR Newswire.