Attack of the Shoe Cobbler & Paying it Forward

It's irony when you're trying to sell yourself as a professional video company and your website is, well let's just say, lack-luster.  The only reason it's that way, we're spending more time on our client's work and not enough on our own.

But if the business' site looks un-impressive, then why would a client be attracted to use your work?

Believe it or not, the answers are word of mouth and networking.  Despite the fact (and God bless my web people for their patience) we've been re-working the LEM website for a year now, my clients talk to other people…and I meet with A LOT of people.

We feel very blessed here at LEM to work with a number of non-profits.  We work with them professionally and personally.  And because of those relationships and the professional productions we create, we not only maintain them as clients, but we also are exposed to their buy valacyclovir 1000 mg corporate clients.  And then, the corporate clients, in turn, become our clients.

Our best example of that is working with Matthew 25: Ministries.  Each year, we produce videos for their Humanitarian Hall of Fame and then video tape the event itself at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, in Cincinnati.  Though our philanthropic efforts, we formed a relationship with Cintas, one of Matthew 25: Ministries largest donors of goods, and one of the tri-state's largest businesses. We produced a documentary for Cintas' "Clothe the Kids" programs, in English and in Spanish!  We also provided the ancillary materials, like posters, cards and brochures.

Many like to say, no good deed goes unpunished.  So, I'd like to think the opposite is true as well!  If you're looking for a fabulous tax write off for the end of the year, we'd like to suggest Matthew 25 Ministries.  They're really good at "paying it forward."

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