Comox Valley copywriting company offering contest exclusively for local non-profits

Comox Valley copywriting company offering contest exclusively for local non-profits

A local copywriting company is celebrating its first anniversary under new ownership by offering a free year of service to one lucky local non-profit agency.

“As thanks for the great support and kind words I’ve received since taking over, I’m paying it forward by offering one lucky non-profit the chance to get the word out about the great work they do,” says Nancy Miller, owner of RP Copywriting. “The winner will receive a suite of copywriting services to be used in the next year.”

The prize comprises two press releases, three newsletters or blogs and copyediting of their website (a total value of over $1,500). The winning package will be offered to the randomly drawn winning recipient. Registered societies are welcome to submit their name by March 25.

But wait, there’s more.

Any registered non-profit that submits an entry is then eligible to receive 30 per cent off writing and editing services for the rest of 2020.

RP Copywriting has been creating quality web, print and media content for clients in the Valley, across the Island and around the province since 2011. With the company since the beginning, Miller took over from founder Ryan Parton last March.

“I’ve come to appreciate all the different challenges of running a business this past year, and I’ve certainly welcomed any help along the way. Extending my expertise to other local organizations is a way to reciprocate the support I’ve received.

“Plus, I get to work with words – something I’m passionate about – to help create a buzz for deserving groups and the causes they’re passionate about. It’s a win-win!”

To enter, simply email your organization’s information to Nancy Miller at nancy@rpcopywriting.com by March 25, 2020.

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