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4RKids

Monday, June 7th, 2010

The 4RKids Foundation was formed in Enid, Oklahoma with a mission of   The mission of promoting community awareness of developmentally disabled individuals, and providing vocational, educational, and social/recreational opportunities for special needs children and adults in northwest Oklahoma.  When Media PowerTools first met with the foundation, 4RKids already had in place their local, “in-person” presence, but they desired to expand that presence online. 

Media PowerTools worked with 4RKids to design and build a website that mirrored their brand, with a fun yet clean and professional design.  The website was made user friendly for the client so that they could easily make changes and updates to the content of the site on their own.  A blog was integrated with the website to provide a means of repeatedly bringing back visitors to the site who desire up to date news about the foundation’s efforts.  If we need more content here we can talk about adding the Gift Shop for them to sell their products.To further expand the 4RKids presence and provide more open streams of communication between the foundation and the community, Media PowerTools utilized multiple social media networks including Facebook and Twitter.  The foundation uses these networks to promote current activities, fundraisers, and new products available in their 2nd Story Bookstore & Gift Shop.

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LoK

Monday, June 7th, 2010

LoK Color Protection came to us in the early stages of their product launch. This exciting new company was launching a full line of hair care products including LoK Dry Shampoo. We worked with them in creating their corporate identity, packaging, marketing mateterials, website, blog, and twitter. Their social media marketing is paying off as salon and onlines sales are increasing monthly.

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