Allegra Rolling Meadows announces local nonprofit as winner of its "Comeback" sweepstakes
Leading printing and marketing solutions provider, Allegra Marketing Print Mail, has announced Children's Advocacy Center of North and Northwest Cook County as one of the winners of its nationwide "The Comeback" Sweepstakes.
Aiming to help local nonprofits promote events and fundraisers that were previously cancelled or postponed due to the pandemic, Allegra Marketing Print Mail Rolling Meadows will provide the winner of The Comeback sweepstakes with $500 in free print, mail or marketing services for their rescheduled event or fundraiser. After collecting many submissions from across the country, the brand announced Children's Advocacy Center of North and Northwest Cook County as one of the six nationwide winners of the random drawing.
"Lending a helping hand to local nonprofit organizations with The Comeback sweepstakes has been a great privilege for us at Allegra," said Burke Cueny, vice president of Marketing for Alliance Franchise Brands, parent company of Allegra Marketing Print Mail. "The nonprofit sector was among the industries hit the hardest by the pandemic, and we understand that print, mail and marketing services can be crucial in getting businesses back up and running. Through these awards, we are confident that Children's Advocacy Center of North and Northwest Cook County and the other selected organizations will benefit from Allegra's resources, and will soon be able to come together for rescheduled events and celebrations in their communities."
To qualify for The Comeback sweepstakes, candidates were required to provide a brief description of the event they are hosting in 2021 or 2022 that was previously rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Proof of 501C(3) or 501C(4) certification was also required. The Comeback launched nationwide on August 23 and winners were selected in early October.
"We are honored to play a small role in helping Children's Advocacy Center of North and Northwest Cook County get back to some sense of normalcy after a very trying year for all of us," said Michael Tarpinian owner of Allegra Marketing Print Mail Rolling Meadows. "Giving back to the community is a pillar for us at Allegra, and we look forward to continuing this support in any way we can."
Allegra businesses are independently owned and operated, and are part of the Alliance Franchise Brands network, a world leader in marketing and visual communications.
To learn more about Allegra, visit the company's website at www.allegrameadows.com.