Proud to Support NetworkingPhoenix.com

AMG is proud to provide Social Media Management (SMM) services to NetworkingPhoenix.com to assist in the promotion of their Quarterly Signature Events. Gelie, of NetworkingPhoenix.com, has been a staple in the Valley for years and we couldn’t be happier to work with her!

Details of the event are listed below. We hope to see all out AMG friends out at NetworkingPhoenix.com Signature Event.

 

LIKE NetworkingPhoenix.com on FB

http://www.facebook.com/NetworkingPhoenix

Follow NetworkingPhoenix.com on Twitter

http://twitter.com/#!/NetworkingPhx

Charity Events!

Charitable endeavors is an important part of our work at AMG. Besides offering a 501c3 rate for non-profits to utilize our services, the AMG team also becomes involved with numerous charity events and fundraising drives.

Our Founder, Lindsey Beres, is the Charity Ambassador for Networking For Change (http://networkingforchange.org/) and has planned an upcoming event to benefit Horses Help. See the flier below for event details

 

This event is FREE! All you have to do is grab some friends and family and head down to Dos Gringos on Wednesday April 20th for a fun-filled happy hour! The charity Horses Help will receive 20% of the sales from 5pm – 9pm. So be sure to drink (and eat) up!

 

Horses Help is a premier accredited therapeutic and recreational agency that serves the special needs population by providing activities to empower them to break through physical, cognitive and emotional barriers using a unique collaboration of horses and people within Arizona’s “Valley of the Sun”. Their mission is to provide the special needs community a therapeutic and recreational equine environment where collaborative efforts of like minded organizations and volunteers can work together to design construct and implement unique animal assisted opportunities maintaining the highest industry standards, while providing professional development of its therapists,instructors, staff and growth and diversity of the organization.

http://horseshelp.org/default.aspx