by Chaplain Kathie
Wounded Times Blog
October 21, 2012
The first thing to point out is that I DO NOT SUPPORT WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT! To see something I did tied to fundraiser for them makes me sick to my stomach.
This morning I was working on a report and needed data on amputees. (If you read this blog, you know I link to everything I find that belongs to someone else.) I figured I'd start out with a graphic report, so I went into images.
At the top I saw these two pictures.
This is where both pictures linked to. Xcellimark a "Performance-Driven Digital Agency"
Yahoo Daily News 2012-06-08: Help Donate $10,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project by voting for Orlando Interactive Digital Agency Xcellimark in the Social Madness Contest sponsored by the Orlando Business Journal. Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) June 07, 2012 With employee family members currently serving in the Armed Forces and retired military within the group, Orlando Interactive Digital Agency Xcellimark is very supportive of the troops. That is why Xcellimark is hoping..
This is where they outright stole my work from! I was using the video camera and not taking pictures.
This video and post were for the Orlando DAV! I belong to that Chapter in the Auxiliary. I spent the time talking to these veterans, shooting the footage, editing it and putting it up on the web because I BELIEVE IN WHAT THE DAV IS DOING! The link goes to the post I put up which shows the video and not pictures so someone deliberately went to great lengths to turn video footage into a jpeg.
If anyone donated to this group thinking it was for me, for the DAV or Point Man Ministries, get your money back!
Click on the link they have and you end up with this.
Your Vote Helps Donate $10,000 to Wounded Warriors – Vote Xcellimark
PRWeb – Thu, Jun 7, 2012
Help Donate $10,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project by voting for Orlando Interactive Digital Agency Xcellimark in the Social Madness Contest sponsored by the Orlando Business Journal.
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) June 07, 2012
With employee family members currently serving in the Armed Forces and retired military within the group, Orlando Interactive Digital Agency Xcellimark is very supportive of the troops. That is why Xcellimark is hoping to have $10,000 donated to the Wounded Warrior Project by winning the Social Madness Contest sponsored by the Orlando Business Journal.
The contest started on June 1st and will run throughout September 19th. The first round is called “Open Phase” in which all businesses can compete within their local market (i.e. – Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, Miami, etc.). Each local market is split into three (3) categories: small companies (less than 100 employees), medium companies (100-499 employees), and large companies (500 or more employees). After June 18th, the top eight (8) companies will go on to the regional round and continue competing with the other top eight (8) companies from other local markets within the region.
In addition to bragging rights and increased online exposure, there is more up for grabs. After a couple more rounds of competition, the top three companies in the nation will be able to designate $10,000 to a charity of their choice.
"If we’re fortunate to win, our choice of charity is the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). WWP is a 501(3)(C) non profit organization that serves military service members who incurred service-connected wounds, injuries, or illnesses on or after September 11, 2001 and their families,” said Scott Lambert, President of Xcellimark.
Voting helps troops who put their lives on the line every day for America’s freedom. To vote for Xcellimark, click on the following link and vote for Xcellimark under the Small Business tab: http://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/exclusives/socialmadness About the Wounded Warrior Project
The Wounded Warrior Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing programs and services to severely injured service members during the time between active duty and transition to civilian life. About Xcellimark
Xcellimark focuses on increasing its clients’ revenues and profits by improving their online image and performance, increasing online leads and closure rates, and improving branding through custom website design, search marketing, social media, email marketing and campaign optimization. For more information on how Xcellimark can help you improve your bottom line, contact Scott Lambert at 407-678-3062 ext. 210 or visit http://www.xcellimark.com.