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Bennett & Company is a client-centric, Florida-based public relations , social content and marketing firm, focusing on:
tourism/hospitality, hotels, restaurants, commercial, residential and multi-use real estate, construction, luxury products and services.
"Bennett & Company should be a required relationship
for any client looking for success."
CEO Community Foundation of Central Florida
Bennett & Company is proud to be a founder of Feed More Kids.
With more than 51% of kids in the USA going to school hungry, I pledged a portion of the agency's proceeds to
"What is the use of living if it be not to strive for noble causes and to make this muddled world a better place for those who will live in it after we are gone?"
With a core belief in giving back, the agency has served as the pro-bono PR and marketing firm for the Central Florida Community Foundation since 2000. Because of the Community Foundation's overall mission to increase philanthropy we get a wide-angle view of our community and its needs.
We've produced the organization's annual campaigns, media partnerships, public relations outreach, paid and trade advertising and more.
Creating what is hoped to be an annual event during November's Philanthropy Month – a half day seminar for nonprofits on How-To Maximize PR and Marketing to send their messages to media as well as donors. Our first year more than 200 nonprofit leaders attended.
There are more than 1,000 registered nonprofit organizations in Central Florida, encompassing a 7-county area and over 2 million residents.
3 YEARS + 9 DAYS THAT CHANGED LIVES
Bennett served as Co-Chair for a massive Jimmy Carter Habitat for Humanity building project of 100 homes and a community daycare center in Miami. The project's name, ‘Labor of Love in Liberty City’ turned out to also be a prediction of what was to come.
After 3 years of meetings and on-the-ground coordination prior to the 9 days of actual construction, Laura said this was one of the most powerful and worthwhile projects she’s ever been involved with because it changed the lives of families and the face of a community. So much so that the next year she went to D.C. to build 100 more homes!