SUCCESS STORIES

ANGLE COMMUNICATION EVENTS

Scare Away Hunger 5K

For over 4 years, Angle Communication has been contracted to direct the Scare Away Hunger 5K Run/Walk, a favorite fall tradition in the greater Rochester area. Each year, this event has grown in both participation (2019 – over 520 participants) and proceeds (2019 – over $35,000). Race proceeds benefit Neighborhood House, a local social service

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Rochester High School’s Friends of the Falcons Gala

In late 2013, the Rochester High School Athletic Booster Club hired Angle Communication to design, plan, and manage their first Friends of the Falcons Gala. Since that time, the Gala has become a beloved annual tradition in the Rochester High School community. In March of 2019, RHS and Angle celebrated the 6th Annual Friends of

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Michigan Bumper Ball

Michigan Bumperball hired Angle Communication to conduct market research for their new start-up company. Angle Communication researched and provided the client with venue options, promotional materials, and networking opportunities leading to community partnerships.

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Rochester Soccer Club Grand Opening Celebration

On Saturday, June 6, 2015, Rochester Soccer Club (RSC) families and community members participated in the very first club-wide family celebration to kick off the new RSC Field Complex in Auburn Hills. This first-time family celebration was great fun as families, teams, coaches, players and community members participated in games and activities on the new

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SALLY’S COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Stoney Creek Cougar Football Program

The full-color Game Day program Sally designed and created for each Home football game was designed to fit the “Elite” Stoney Creek Football “Armor Up” culture. This publication was valued by fans, coaches and players as it not only featured rosters of both teams, but also ads by community businesses and a special Fanfare page

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Stoney Creek Theatre Company and RCS Summer Music Theater

Sally has enjoyed sharing her talents to manage and create the programs for the Stoney Creek Theatre Company’s Spring Musicals. From Ad Sales to Ad Creation; from Program Layout to Final Print, Sally has created the programs for Pippin (2014), Mary Poppins (2015) programs, Big Fish (2016), Fiddler on the Roof (2018), and Freaky Friday (2019).

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Rochester Area Neighborhood House Junior Ambassador Program

Combining her passion for youth and the Greater Rochester community, Sally worked collaboratively with the Neighborhood House Executive Director and staff in early 2009 to create a unique youth leadership and college scholarship opportunity. This program benefits the youth in the community, the Neighborhood House organization, and ultimately and most importantly, the area families struggling

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Rochester Area Neighborhood House Neighborhood Walk

In the Spring of 2010, Sally initiated, designed and developed the Neighborhood Walk community program to raise awareness, funds and materials for RANH. This project served as a pilot program for Neighborhood House and has been credited for being the inspiration behind Neighborhood House’s largest annual fundraiser, Scare Away Hunger, a community-wide 5K Run/Walk now

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Rochester PTA Council Executive Board

Sally served four years on the executive board for Rochester’s District-wide PTA organization as the secretary and the president. In these capacities, Sally was responsible for coordinating training for PTA leaders at the 20 schools in Rochester Community Schools (RCS) school district, serving as liaison between these leaders and district leaders, and providing opportunities for PTA officers

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Rachel’s Challenge

In 2009, Sally managed the coordination of bringing the powerful Rachel’s Challenge enrichment program to over 8,000 combined students and community members. Coordination of this endeavor included communicating the value of the program to administrators in the district, securing funding, and scheduling. This was the first time a program of this magnitude was brought to

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