Scoppechio, one of the nation’s leading independent marketing services networks, is ushering in the holiday season with the adoption of its largest number of Salvation Army Angels ever, totaling 225.
What started a decade ago as a unique way to honor clients and business partners during the holiday season has become a much-anticipated annual tradition for Kentucky’s largest advertising agency. Scoppechio has exponentially increased the number of sponsored children in the Louisville community each year since 2008.
“This holiday season brings additional joy for our agency,” said Toni Clem, President & Chief Revenue Officer of Scoppechio. “Our involvement with Angel Tree grows year by year, making this Christmas our biggest year yet,” added Clem. “This Scoppechio holiday tradition brings sincere fulfillment to our agency as we are able to directly impact the lives of children right here in our community. We hope that these gifts help brighten their Christmas mornings and provide a piece of mind to their parents.”
Scoppechio delivered their Angel Tree gifts on December 4 to the Salvation Army, marking its tenth consecutive year of partnership between the two organizations. “We couldn’t imagine a more fitting way to celebrate the season,” concluded Clem.
Founded in 1987, Scoppechio is one of the nation’s leading independent advertising agency networks providing full-service omnichannel advertising, visual identity design and experiential marketing services. It serves a broad client portfolio that includes Brown-Forman’s el Jimador Tequila, Darden Restaurant brands Bahama Breeze, Cheddars and LongHorn Steakhouse, Yum! Brands KFC, Haier’s GE Appliances, LG&E and KU Energy, Baptist Health, Community Health Systems, Ohio Travel & Tourism and Fazoli’s. In addition to its Louisville headquarters, Scoppechio office locations include Cincinnati, OH, Columbus, OH, and Orlando, FL. For additional information, visit Scoppechio.com