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9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --New technology will share the spotlight with old in 2012 as Barrett-Jackson, creator of "The World's Greatest Collector Car Auctions[TM]," is teaming with BizBox to create the Barret-Jackson "Mobile" Social Media Hot Spot for all its events and grass roots efforts nationwide.
Joe Guzzardi became a one-man educational army with his writing pen while Barbara Coe founded an organization, CCIR, to enlist good Americans in a grass roots effort to save America.
Their charitable donation policy is very much a grass roots effort.
Maintaining the right to sue over noise is the main argument in a grass roots effort by anti-noise activists, particularly from Homeowners of Encino, to convince airport neighbors to refuse the soundproofing.
The research and underlying development of this benchmark database is the culmination of a grass roots effort, on-going since 1997, and led by SMI vice president Dick Szymanski.
The committee also included a congressional district representative to "develop core groups with close relationships to each Senator or Representative [and organize a] grass roots effort in every Congressional district.
Rasky Baerlein devised and executed a multi-faceted, integrated communications campaign that consisted of a large-scale grass roots effort, an extensive statewide earned media strategy that leveraged print, online and broadcast coverage, and a range of public affairs efforts, including an expansive field operation and Get Out The Vote (GOTV) program.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- The grass roots efforts taking place in the Cannon River Watershed Partnership (CRWP) are making steadfast contributions to the North American Waterfowl Management Plan's Upper Mississippi River/Great Lakes Joint Venture.