Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
5 Points of Life Race Weekend
Transcript of 5 Points of Life Race Weekend
Race Weekend Campaign Group Four: Hilary Katy Billy Leah Jenna Five Points of Life
Affiliates Group Four appreciates your time and consideration.
We would like to take this time to answer any questions you may have concerning the proposed campaign. Thank you! The Finish Line Blood Apheresis Cord Blood Marrow Organ and Tissue Parents Runners Evaluation Objective: Strategy: Tactics: Objective: Strategy: Tactics: Objective: Strategy: Tactics: To increase the level of knowledge
about FPOL’s mission by 30 percent
among organization affiliates by
February 2011. Provide fact sheets for each affiliate.
Provide a T-shirt for each volunteer.
Add affiliates to the listserv.
Hold FPOL open-house/seminars once a month with speaking points, guest speakers and a question and answer session. Strengthen awareness by designating five minutes to discuss the FPOL mission (news, events, etc.) before each meeting (whether that meeting is for Volunteers, Staff, etc.) Making these groups feel like they are a part of the organization, and in the know, will make them able to disseminate information, dispel rumors and take pride in their job or volunteer position. To increase awareness of the Race Weekend by 50 percent among local runners by February 2011. Create a flier
Post fliers and registration forms
Order custom sweatbands with the FPOL logo
Provide Race Weekend information packets to high school track teams.
Designate a representative to contact high school and UF track/cross country coaches to encourage participation.
Create an information package with a fact sheet, flier and event registration form to send to organizers of local running clubs like Florida Track Club to send out to its listserv.
Blurb for FTC to put in their newsletter.
Distribute sweatbands and fliers at other similar races six months prior to event.
Instill a strong sense of advocacy in them by treating them as
representatives of the race, acknowledging them as helping the cause and as representatives of their schools, clubs, cities, etc. by supplying runners with various materials (see tactics). To increase awareness of the Kids Marathon by 30 percent among parents of primary school age children by February 2011. Distribute fliers, registration forms and sweatbands at private schools like Brentwood, St. Patrick's and Jordan Glen for children to take home.
Distribute fliers/registration forms at youth-targeted venues such as Gymboree, O2B Kids, Boys & Girls Club and the City of Gainesville Recreation Centers.
To bring familiarity to this audience, by conveying FPOL is a “good,” “helpful,” and “safe” organization, like the American Cancer Society. Though kids may be too young to understand cancer, their parents are not, and therefore, become motivated to donate. Because the children of parents who donate typically grow up to be donors, it is important to instill the important of donating in parents. On Your Mark... Get Set... Go! Affiliates, Runners, Parents [All Publics] Objective: Strategy: Tactics: Half Marathon Marathon 5 Points 5K Kids Marathon To increase traffic to FPOL online media by 30 percent among Gainesville residents by February 2011.
Blog Evaluation of Objective 1: To increase the level of knowledge about FPOL’s mission by 30 percent among organization affiliates February 2011.
Post-survey Evaluation of Objective 2: To increase awareness of the Race Weekend by 50 percent among local runners by February 2011.
Survey attached to registration waiver
Determines previous history and how the runner heard about the races.
Evaluation of Objective 3: To increase awareness of the Kids Marathon by 30 percent among primary school aged children by February 2011.
Survey attached to registration waiver
Determines previous history, how the runner heard about the races and if parents are participating with their child. Evaluation of Objective 4: To increase traffic to FPOL online media by 30 percent among Gainesville residents by February 2011. Use social media tools such as Facebook
(events and fan page) and Twitter to update followers/fans/friends on FPOL news. Create a Facebook event for the Race Weekend (Appendix G).
Increase the followers of the Five Points of Life Twitter account (Appendix H).
.Update the visual aspects of the website.
Create an FPOL blog (Appendix I).
Provide links to all online resources on
all promotional materials.