From mom-and-pop shops to fortune 500 companies, almost every organization has a Facebook page . . . and rightfully so. Social Media is an outlet to engage consumers, foster brand loyalty, and drive sales. A recent study shows that 1 facebook fan translates to 20 additional visits to the company’s website. It is no […]
Today, Alexis Mood, an intern for the American Advertising Federation came to DNA Creative Communications to see what we do. She shadowed each of us and got a taste of what it is like to work at a communications firm. To learn more about Alexis and her AAF internship click here.Thanks for coming Alexis! […]
DNA Creative Communications welcomes Alexis Mood, an intern with the American Advertising Federation (AAF) of Greenville’s Minority High School Internship program. This is the fourth consecutive year that DNA has participated in the program as a host agency. Mood is a graduate of Riverside High School and will be attending the University of South […]
Our most recent Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit session was on special event planning and it was a lot of fun hearing about other events from the panelists and audience members. We also wanted to share an upcoming event we’re working on that we get pumped about!
Project Rx: A River Remedy is a […]
At DNA, we like to have fun with what we do. And sometimes getting crafty over extravagant can result in more solid branding and less expenses. If you had a chance to attend our recent nonprofit Special Event Planning seminar from our Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit series, you’ll recognize our example.
When thinking […]
Recently, DNA hosted an educational seminar for nonprofits as part of the 2011 Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit series at Zen of Greenville. Zen’s gallery-like decor was the perfect backdrop for our panelist discussion, “Creative Therapy: Making Your Event Feel Special.” This versatile modern space made our event truly special and we would […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) held an educational marketing session for nonprofits, “Creative Therapy: Making Events Feel Special” on May 24, 2011 at Zen of Greenville. This session was the first of the 2011 “Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit” series. More than 70 representatives from local nonprofits attended to learn effective planning, event logistics, […]
Debbie Nelson, principal of DNA Creative Communications, LLC, recently presented the Greenville Chamber’s May Small Business of the Month Award to ADEX Machining Technologies, LLC. Jason P. Premo, CEO and Co-Founder of ADEX, accepted the award.
The company was originally founded in 1987 in Greer, South Carolina as a small tool & die shop. In […]
With limited budgets and staff, many nonprofit organizations simply do not have the resources they need to keep up with evolving technology. Whether they’re underfunded or understaffed, many see technology as a barrier instead of the asset it truly is. TechSoup.org is a website dedicated to assisting non-profits reach their full potential by providing […]
On May 13th 1931, at Proctor and Gamble’s offices in Cincinnati, Neil McElroy crafted an internal memorandum that would shape the American marketing industry. His three page memo was written to persuade executives to hire two more people to assist with his account, the Camay Soap brand. What came out of this document was […]
Mary works with nonprofits to assist in fundraising needs, and help with grant-writing. Other services provided include event management, strategic planning, and other areas of fund development such as annual campaigns, capital campaigns, and event sponsorship, as well as speaking or teaching fundraising related subjects through the master’s level.
For more than 25 years, Jacqui Bomar’s passion has been creating events that attract and entertain tens of thousands of people. She’s planned grand openings for major convention centers and has managed conventions in cities like Prague and London. Although Bomar’s career has brought her all over the world, today her energy is directed […]
The month of April is designated as DNA Month and Monday, April 25th, was National DNA Day. This holiday was created to commemorate the anniversary of the discovery of the double helix as well as the completion of the human genome project.
DNA Creative Communications joined the celebration of National DNA Day in style by participating […]
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) recently received the South Carolina Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America’s (SCPRSA) Mercury Award of Merit in the category of Public Service.
The award recognized DNA’s work for Project Rx: A River Remedy, a new brand identity and inaugural event developed in 2010 on behalf of Renewable Water Resources […]
Debbie Nelson, principal of DNA Creative Communications (DNA), recently graduated from Leadership South Carolina.
Throughout the 9 month program, approximately 50 participants had the opportunity to further advance their leadership abilities as well as broaden their understanding of issues facing the state. The program offered excellent networking opportunities with a diverse group of South Carolinians. […]
Lauren Knight, Account Coordinator at DNA Creative Communications (DNA), recently completed the Greenville Chamber of Commerce’s Opportunity Greenville program. The five-week series gave members a comprehensive view of the inner-workings of Greenville, with a particular focus on government, economy, culture and history. Each session featured various community leaders, who gave presentations and fostered discussion […]
DNA Creative Communication’s Emily Kosa recently presented on behalf of Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) at the 2011 South Carolina Environmental Conference (SCEC) in Myrtle Beach.
SCEC is held annually by the Water Environment Association of South Carolina in collaboration with the South Carolina chapter of the American Water Works Association. Water and wastewater utilities, as […]
DNA Creative Communications, LLC (DNA) is pleased to announce the selection of the Cancer Society of Greenville County as the recipient of DNA’s 2011 LIVE HERE GIVE HERE program. Through this annual partnership, DNA will donate services to strategically support the Cancer Society of Greenville County’s communication and messaging through a variety of strategies.
DNA Creative Communications (DNA) is pleased to announce Amy Bulger of New Providence, NJ, as the newest addition to their team. Bulger is a Junior at Clemson University pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Bulger joins DNA as an intern, taking on various responsibilities within the company including administrative work, copy editing, writing […]
DNA Creative Communications, LLC, (DNA) drove its first route for Meals on Wheels this month. They will be assisting Meals on Wheels by delivering food around the Greenville area on a monthly basis. DNA is excited to help the organization in its mission to enhance the quality of life of homebound individuals in Greenville. […]
PUBLISHED IN GREENVILLE BUSINESS MAGAZINE IN DECEMBER 2010
By Nichole Livengood
DNA Creative Communications Shines the Light on Local Nonprofits
DNA Creative Communications wrapped up their “Shining the Light on Your Nonprofit” series on November 11th at the University Center of Greenville with “Re-Energizing Your Event Planning.” Around 100 representatives from area nonprofits attended the last of […]
CONCENTRATION/SPECIALIZATION: DNA provides strategic special event planning and management services for a variety of businesses and organizations. Whether an intimate reception, corporate luncheon or press conference, DNA can provide personalized service from concept to clean up. Rather than a cookie-cutter checklist, we work with each client to determine the strategy, brand and goals of […]
Debbie Nelson, Principal
SERVICES: Advertising, branding, e-communications, public relations, special events
HONORS: Greenville Chamber of Commerce 2005 Small Business of the Year, Community Foundation of Greater Greenville’s Ruth Alexander Nicholson Leadership Award
AFFILIATIONS: Greenville Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Greenville & Opportunity Greenville, Association for Women in Communications, Public Relations Society of America, Second Wind, Water Environment Association […]