News & Blog

Media Power Advertising Launches Community Awareness Campaign To Support Kohl's Game Plan For Kids At Levine Children's Hospital

Kohl's Department Stores, through the ' Kohl's Cares' cause merchandise program, teams up with Carolina's HealthCare System's Levine Children's Hospital to create Kohl's Game Plan For Kids (visit www.kohlsgameplan4kids.com), a new initiative to educate parents and children on prevention of injuries, proper hydration and nutrition, sports safety and overall wellness and good health.

On Friday, October 10th, during the halftime of the Hough versus Mallard Creek High Schools varsity football game, Kohl's will present a check for $221,914 to support Kohl's Game Plan For Kids at Levine Children's Hospital.

Radio, television, print and digital media campaign has been launched by Media Power Advertising to create community awareness of this program. "We strongly believe that through education and awareness, we can help prevent certain injuries and illnesses and promote healthier lifestyles for our local children" said Mark Griffith of Carolinas HealthCare Foundation, adding "Kohl's has been a dedicated supporter of children's health across the country. We are very fortunate to have such a great partner here in Charlotte."

Please select one or more of the options below or type a phrase in the search box.

All in one search

Date range

-

Find Out How Powerful Media Can Work For You

Ready for more information on how MPA can help solve your marketing and media challenges? Fill out our form to arrange a free consultation.
Please Enter Your Name

Please enter your company name

Please enter a valid email address

Please enter a valid phone number

Invalid Input

Read Our Advertising Case Studies

Want the details on how we've successfully helped dozens of businesses optimize their marketing strategies and reach countless consumers? See what our clients have to say and learn how our media strategy can help your business excel.

  • Another ad agency actually recommended that we take over their client! They really liked the client and the client liked them, and the presidents of both companies were even friends. But traditional advertising agency culture does not mesh with franchise entrepreneurs. Their staff structure and experience just didn't match the Franchise Culture.Since Media Power Advertising took over the Mid-Atlantic Franchisees, the area has led the company in sales growth, unit expansion, and ticket average. We also handle their national mystery shops.

    I've worked with many ad agencies, but when it comes to the intricacies and unique situations associated with franchising, no one understands it better than Media Power Advertising.

Read Other Stories