The 2012 Internet Marketing Association Conference will be anchored by a very special evening dinner and recognition event for the 2012 Impact Awards. This unique awards program will recognize organizations of all sizes that have demonstrated superiority in developing innovative and successful Internet marketing strategies and campaigns.

There are 14 categories from which to choose encompassing App Development, Blog, Email Marketing, Facebook, Micro-Site, Mobile, Online Survey, Social Media Campaign, Twitter, Webinar/Vodcast/Podcast, Website and YouTube.

Entries must be received by midnight EDT on Aug. 17, 2012.

Click here for complete details on award sub-categories and entry information.

Be sure to save the dates of September 20-22 for the 2012 Internet Marketing Association Conference. This year we have an unprecedented line-up of keynote speakers and quality content for our attendees. IMA has a roomblock at CityCenter with pricing starting at $159/night. These rates are only good for a limited time, click here to RSVP: http://imanetwork.org/2012conference/.

Sponsors include: Adobe Inc., Ernst & Young, University of California, Irvine + 100 other organizations.


Sinan Kanatsiz
Chairman / CEO
CCCS-OC Celebrates 45 Years
Receives Certificate of Congressional Recognition

On May 3, Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Orange County celebrated its 45th anniversary and its strong relationships with local businesses. The event was attended by a cross-section of the community assembled for some great food, music, speakers and networking.

Guest speakers were U.S. Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez and Lucy Dunn, President/CEO of the Orange County Business Council. Congresswoman Sanchez spoke about both her concerns and her overriding optimism regarding the state of the Orange County economy. And she emphasized the important role CCCS-OC plays in helping individuals and families maintain financial solvency and their contributions to the economy. Dunn outlined the council's key priorities in terms of quality of life and economic progress for the county, with the business community at the vanguard of those efforts.

A special highlight of the evening were two heartfelt testimonials from CCCS-OC clients who had faced major financial challenges and were able to surmount them with help from the organization's expert counselors.

Click here to view event photo gallery.
CityCenter Residential Engages KCOMM
Social Media Program To Promote Luxury Units

CityCenter Residential, the owned properties unit of the famed CityCenter development in Las Vegas, has engaged KCOMM to provide social media marketing services. KCOMM will assist CityCenter Residential in communicating with real estate professionals as well as potential owners looking for an exciting and unique spot for a primary or vacation residence at either the Residences at Mandarin Oriental or Veer Towers.

The Residences at Mandarin Oriental was designed to create harmony and balance within the exuberant cityscape in understated luxury. Mandarin Oriental serves as a gateway to CityCenter in glass and steel that reflects the natural beauty of the landscape and the complex splendor of urbanity. Perched on the highest floors of the hotel, stunning one-, two- and three- bedroom units ranging in size from approximately 1,110 to 4,000 square feet are available.

Veer Towers rises above the city at the heart of CityCenter's retail and entertainment district. Each tower is home to some 335 contemporary condominium residences ranging from approximately 500 to 3,300 square feet with access to the 37th-floor amenities level offering a rooftop pool, hot tub, sun deck and hospitality bar, recreation room with billiards, private media room and fitness center. Additional offerings include a private boardroom and business center, bike storage, mailroom, private valet, and concierge service.
Orange County Great Park Gets Solar Decathlon
Competition Highlights Solar-Powered Homes

There's big news for Orange County and The Great Park, as the Solar Decathlon sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy heads to Irvine. The competition features 20 college teams showcasing solar-powered houses and comes to Orange County from Washington D.C., its home since 2002.

KCOMM will be helping the Solar Decathlon forge new relationships with businesses, sponsors and donors in the coming months. We are thrilled that the DOE has selected Orange County as its new site and look forward to bringing our valued partners and clients to such a venue.

The exposition will showcase technology, products, arts, education and business opportunities that arise from clean and renewable energy generation and efficient energy use. It's anticipated to be a great economic boost for Orange County!
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