KIRKLAND, WA--(Marketwired - Sep 4, 2013) - Hipcricket®, Inc., (
The Hipcricket nominated campaign, executed for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, in just a few weeks raised more than $300,000 to help those affected by the tornadoes in Oklahoma.
Hipcricket's position as a finalist in the "Mobile Social Awareness" category marks a significant milestone for the Company. Hipcricket's AD LIFE® platform has been put to work in an industry-leading 250,000 campaigns for brands, agencies and media properties. Hipcricket has provided services to internationally recognized brands such as MillerCoors, Nissan and Clear Channel. Hipcricket helps brands capitalize on the growth of mobile with superior technology, analytics, and insight using every mobile channel, including SMS, mobile Web sites, permission-based advertising networks and branded apps.
"We're honored that both Hipcricket and our customers have been acknowledged as a finalist by the Mobile Excellence Awards program," said Doug Stovall, Hipcricket chief operating officer. "Mobile engagement can create big wins for both businesses and charities. We are proud that our efforts, as well as those of our clients including Griffin Communication, are recognized by the industry for their outstanding success and helped raised money for those in need."
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