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Revisin Gets in Food Fight with CCVI
The Childrens Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI) is ramping up to it’s 3rd annual Food Fight fundraising event on February 6, 2012. CCVI chose Revisin to provide web services for the event’s online presence.
CCVI approached Revisin Web Development, who has been their web partner for 3 years, to design and develop the Food Fight site to increase awareness and encourage community participation in the annual event.
According to Traci Todd Murphy, Marketing/Communications Manager for CCVI, “It took us awhile to get a website for Trolley Run but for Food Fight, our decision was much quicker. The event gained momentum (selling out in its first two years) and started taking on a life of its own. Going online just seemed like an obvious approach.”
Revisin also worked with CCVI to design and support the Chiefs Charity Game website in 2010 and 2011 while CCVI was the beneficiary of the Chiefs Charity Game.
“Working with CCVI has been an honor for us and we were elated when they asked us to be a part of Food Fight,” said Scott Schaper, Owner and Founder of 4-year-old, Overland Park based Revisin. He continues, “CCVI is an important organization for the Kansas City families they impact every day and it is our pleasure to support their efforts online.”
The Childrens Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI) is the beneficiary of Kansas City’s popular annual Sabates Eye Centers Trolley Run. Revisin designs, supports and maintains that web property for CCVI as well.
From the Food Fight Website (ccvifoodfight.org):
CCVI Food Fight 3 is a culinary competition benefiting the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI) complete with three battling chefs, a secret ingredient and a panel of judges.
The event also features Blind Wine, a silent and live auction plus local restaurants competiting to take home the title of People’s Choice Award for best tasting station.
From the CCVI website (ccvi.org):
The mission of the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired is to prepare children with visual impairments, including those with multiple disabilities, to reach their highest potential in the sighted world.