BMI Elite Hosting Food Drive to Benefit Oklahoma Tornado Survivors

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In the aftermath of the EF-5 tornado that devastated Moore, Oklahoma, the BMI Elite team has partnered with Power 96 and McDonalds to collect canned and non-perishable food items to donate to the survivors. The food will be collected at BMI Elite’s Boca Raton office and then sent to Oklahoma on Friday afternoon to be passed out to those who need it most. CEO Brandon Rosen is asking employees, residents and local businesses to collect and donate canned and non- perishable food items. All items should be brought between now and Friday at noon to 1095 Broken Sound Parkway NW, Suite 300 in Boca Raton. “I am asking everyone to join our efforts to help out those who may have lost everything in the tornado,” said Rosen. “Thousands of people are in need of some help to get through this difficult time, and BMI Elite is doing our part to support them.” BMI Elite cares about our community and organizations that make the world a better place. We realize how far some food can go for the people who have no choice but to completely start over. If you would like to donate any canned and non- perishable food items please bring them to our Boca Raton office. Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, BMI Elite is a full service digital advertising agency and affiliate network that leads the industry in performance- based marketing initiatives. BMI Elite’s services include email marketing, lead generation, SEO, pay-per-click marketing, affiliate marketing, online reputation management, social media and website design. For more information contact Casey Kurlander at 561-330-6666 x317 or caseyk@bmielite.com