Winners of the Vivid Scavenger Hunt

Posted in Company News on July 27, 2021

PURPOSE BEHIND THE VIVID SCAVENGER HUNT

For starters, we launched a new version of the site you’re on right now! This new site reflects the evolution of our team’s focus on your success. It contains more education and highlights the experience you can expect working with us, shares some of the solutions we provide, and how we can help set you up for success with video for your business.

To celebrate the launch of our new website, we thought having a scavenger hunt contest would be a fun way for you to discover what’s new, give us feedback on what you liked and could be improved, and get a chance to win something great in the process!

WHO WON AND WHAT DID THEY WIN?

We want to thank everyone who participated in the scavenger hunt. We appreciate your feedback and look forward to making the website even better.

Now it’s time to share the results that you’ve been waiting for! Drum roll, please!

Did you or someone you know win one of the scavenger hunt prizes?

Be sure to check your email inbox and spam folder to make sure one of our client relations managers hasn’t tried to connect with you!

If you don’t see an email from us yet, please reach out through our contact form today.

DONATIONS TO OUR NON-PROFITS

Thanks to your scavenger hunt entries and which non-profits you chose to donate to, we will be donating the following to our non-profit partners:

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida will be recieving $171.08
  • Studer Community Institute’s Angel Fund will be receiving $120.12
  • United Way of West Florida will be recieving $72.80

CHECK OUT THE SPONSORS BEHIND THESE PRIZES

Logos for our scavenger hunt sponsors

This scavenger hunt would not have been possible without the prizes that these sponsors so graciously donated to help launch the new website extra fun!

We reached out to them because we are actively working with them or have a great appreciation for what they do to improve and help the Pensacola community continue to grow.

Would you please take a moment to connect with them, learn about their missions, and show them some appreciation for the hard work they do every day?

Studer Community Institute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in the Pensacola area through early education, employee skill-building, leadership training, and speakers and courses to boost the civic IQ in our community. We appreciate their work with EntreCon, CivicCon, Accelerate roundtables, and regularly held symposiums.

Red Iron Design knows that good design doesn’t magically happen overnight. It takes ideas and inspiration, wrapped in a process filled with communication, patience, and hard work. We’ve appreciated their work on our team name tags, branded decals, and company t-shirts.

Dog House Deli has been serving Pensacola since 1977, specializing in Southern coastal cuisine, including hot dogs, burgers, house-made biscuits, mullet baskets, red beans, and rice, and banana pudding, to name a few. Jon Deckert, our Community Enrichment Director, recommends trying their Southern Charm burger if you want a juicy, satisfying burger!

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida has operated for more than 100 years under the belief that every child has the ability to succeed and thrive in life. As the nation’s largest donor- and volunteer-supported mentoring network, They make meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers and children and develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people. Benjamin Murphy, our Marketing Director, believes in the mission of BBBS so much that he’s a Big himself!

Pensacola Blue Wahoos are Pensacola’s Minor League Baseball. They are a Double-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins and offer affordable family fun throughout the year. In addition to their regular baseball season, you can enjoy their movie nights, concerts, and other special events within the Admiral Fetterman Field at Community Maritime Park.

Big Jerk Soda has been making bold craft soda products in Pensacola, FL, since they were established in 2008. Their sodas and cocktail mixers are made from real fruit ingredients, with no artificial colors or dyes and only as much pure cane sugar as needed.

United Way of West Florida is a local non-profit organization that unites agencies, organizations, faith-based groups, government, and individuals to fight for the health, education, and financial stability for everyone in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties.