|October 25, 2010 Press Release
CLASSY CLOSETS LAUNCHES PHOENIX METRO’S FIRST REAL-TIME, INTEGRATED SOCIAL MEDIA CONTEST WITH $500 CASH PRIZE
Classy Closets provides opportunity to come up with winning billboard slogan in integrated social media contest supported by digital outdoor, print and email marketing.
PHOENIX – October 21, 2010 – Classy Closets, a national home storage solutions company headquartered in Chandler, Ariz., has launched a contest to see what Phoenix Valley residents can come up with as regards digital billboard slogans that fit the Classy Closets “Now ______ can find his/her ______” campaign. Current live billboard examples currently running throughout the Phoenix metro include: “Now Marco can find his polo” and “Now Sue can find her Shoe.”
To enter, residents can submit their slogans on the Classy Closets Facebook fan page at www.facebook.com/ClassyClosetsUS to automatically be registered to win. While multiple slogans may be selected to run on one or more billboards, the grand prize of $500 cash will go to the person with the very best slogan as determined by Classy Closets. Full contest details can be found on the contest entry page.
Slogans entered from the contest also have a chance appear on digital billboards in real-time if selected. There are a total of 11 digital billboards in the Phoenix area that will be running the “Now ______ can find his/her ______” themed slogans as well as entries from the contest. These billboards are just a part of the “Now ______ can find his/her ______” campaign’s combined print, digital outdoor, email and social media components. The contest is open to all Maricopa County residents and runs through Thanksgiving.
The winner of the $500 cash prize will be announced at the end of November.
For more information about Classy Closets please visit www.classyclosets.com
|July 27, 2010 Press Release
CLASSY CLOSETS PHOENIX ANNOUNCES LEED CERTIFIED EXECUTIVE
Key Classy Closets executive earns prestigious LEED certification, improving the company’s environmentally friendly positioning.
Classy Closets, a national closet, garage, office and kitchen franchise company headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., today announces that one of its key executives, company Co-founder and Director of Sales and Marketing Bob LeSueur, has achieved LEED accreditation. LEED accreditation at this level of the organization takes the organization’s environmentally friendly positioning to new heights. The market leading company already has multiple offerings that support its green initiative, including bamboo and other materials that can be incorporated into most of its cabinetry builds.
Classy Closets has gone to great lengths to find a selection of unique, beautiful and durable materials that are manufactured with both the environment and your health in mind.
The Classy Closets Green-Line of cabinets is made of urea-formaldehyde free particleboard and 100% recycled wood fiber. In stock items include white and almond colors but many wood grains and additional colors are available. These products can be used to build your closets, home office, media center, pantry or any other storage for your home.
In addition to using environmentally friendly materials, Classy Closets can do most of the fabrication before the products reach the project site, thereby enabling the recycling of all cardboard, sawdust and scrap lumber—further reducing waste.Currently, Classy Closets has worked on multiple LEED related projects and has continued to educate the company and customers on eco-friendly products and installations.
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|July 11, 2008 Press Release
"Open" Concept Homes
It is a day and age where home owners want to make the most out of their square footage. Rooms no longer have to be defined as "offices", "laundry rooms", "closets", or "dens". People want more. Homes that utilize space actually have an increased property value which is extremely important with the current struggling housing market. This is not a new idea. Historic architect Frank Lloyd Wright came up with the concept of an "open" home nearly 100 years ago. These open homes were extremely popular near the beginning of the 20th century and now, as we close out the first decade of the 21st, these open homes are making a resurgence.
Storage is key for these "open" homes. Utilizing closet space and other storage facilities can eliminate the need for certain expensive furniture such as dressers and cabinets. There are even ways to cut down on the total square feet needed for your home. Having the option of wallbed in a home office can eliminate the need for a guest room. Your home is littered with places where good ideas can help maximize space. When you really look for ways to cut down on costs you can see the benefits of having the amenities of an "open" home.
Investing now can save you money in the future. Renovating your current home or adding some of the features of an "open" home to your new house can truly be beneficial, especially if you are planning to sell your home in the current market and economy.
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