MEMPHIS, Tenn. — inferno, a full-service advertising, marketing, design, and public relations firm, recently had two employees participate in the 12th annual Midnight Classic Bike Tour and Lunar Festival. The annual fundraising event, which was held in Midtown Memphis, benefits Meritan, a Memphis-based non-profit organization providing home health, personal care and child placement services.
Lindsey Woodard, account manager and former lead singer of The Venus Mission, rejoined the band for the evening to provide the pre-race entertainment for event participants and attendees. Ryan Knoll, account executive and avid biker, participated in the ride, completing the 17-mile course through Midtown and East Memphis in just over an hour.
“We’re thrilled by our employees’ dedication to personal civic involvement,” said Tim Sellers, agency partner. “This event was an ideal way for Lindsey and Ryan to do what they truly enjoy, while assisting an important non-profit organization in our community.”
Established in 1961, Meritan is a private, not-for-profit agency classified by the IRS as a 501(c) (3) organization. Meritan is accredited by the Council on Accreditation and holds licenses in Tennessee to provide home health, personal care, mental retardation services, and child placement (foster care). The agency also holds child placement licenses in Mississippi, Arkansas, and Georgia.
inferno is a leading full-service agency, serving clients in a variety of industry sectors including healthcare, relocation, logistics, retail, banking, agriculture, nonprofit and entertainment. Headquartered in Memphis with satellite offices in Jonesboro, Ark. and Kalamazoo, Mich., inferno has become the strongest mid-size provider of business-to-business and consumer marketing solutions, offering experience in advertising, brand development, graphic design, interactive, public relations and strategic planning.