MULYP Appoints FTP Owner as Social Media Manager

The Memphis Urban League Young Professionals (MULYP) Board appointed FTP owner TJ Jefferson as the Social Media Manager/Historian on May 2nd. She will take over all of MULYP's social media accounts to engage with the Memphis young professional and local business communities.

 

"Choosing TJ as MULYP Social Media Manager was a decision that I made with confidence. She has proven herself to be successful as a Public Relations entrepreneur and her talents are unique to Memphis," said President Cynthia Daniels. "MULYP is in its 10th year in Memphis and in order to excel as an organization, it takes the right talent to keep us current in this age of technology; TJ is that person to help us mobilize our supporters in the “Young Professional Movement.”

 

As one of the city’s largest networks of young leaders, MULYP is recognized throughout the community for its member's accomplishments. Being a part of MULYP serves as a great networking tool, but also provides a structured way to volunteer, enhance your leadership ability and ultimately give back to the Memphis community! MULYP is working to fill a void in the Memphis community by attracting, assisting and supporting the next generation of Memphis leadership to create positive change.

 

Visit www.mulyp.org for more information about MULYP.

FTP works w/ the Mid-South Food Bank

MEMPHIS, Tenn.- Fresh Touch Publicity (FTP) has partnered with local PR firm Howell Marketing to assist with their 2nd Annual "Good Friday Food Drive" for the Mid-South Food Bank on March 29th. The campaign will include local churches to collect nonperishable canned goods to be picked up on Good Friday by Easy Way Produce delivery trucks. There will be a live food/funds drive on Good Friday at the Easy Way store on Mt. Moriah.

 

FTP's Owner TJ Jefferson will handle the Social Media Campaign, which #MEMFOOD13 is the official hashtag for the event. Be sure to follow the hashtag and these twitter accounts: @MSouthFoodBank, @FreshTouchPub and @HowellMarketing.

 

The campaign began last year with Howell Marketing owner Amy Howell tweeting a series of tweets regarding donating to the Mid-South Food Bank. With her 30k plus Twitter followers, she was able to collect about $3000 in funds and a few pounds of food over a two-day period, without any planning. This year, Amy decided to actually plan it. The Mid-South Food Bank has been feeding the need since 1981 to over 300 agencies across 31 counties. Visit www.MidSouthFoodBank.com

 

More Details to come.