Planning Social Responsibility!

Green Means Go!

We at MCNM Marketing hold responsibility for the success of our clients. We are working to make experiences on the web better by offering higher quality services and post that really mean something. MCNM Marketing makes a corporate-social-responsibilitydifference. Not only in promoting business but also in the lives of the many people we connect with online. We feel that as a Christ-centered company, we care more about the welfare of others than our own pockets. That’s why we are supporting the causes the really mean something to people.

Social responsibility is an ethical framework and suggests that an entity, be it an organization or individual, has an obligation to act for the benefit of society at large. Social responsibility is a duty every individual has to perform so as to maintain a balance between the economy and the ecosystems.

That is why we started Youth Tech Labs. Our first class has begun yet we are looking to take on more projects that will challenge, inspire and motivate our teens that are eager to learn more about web development, marketing, and Social Media. Give your kids something better to do online since they are going to be only anyway. Help to support our students today or contact us to learn how to enroll your young adults.

 

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Michael Franklin Jr. started MCNM Marketing in 2006 after over 15 years of work as warehouse and customer service associate. Michael has worked at great companies such as Station Casinos, Bally Technologies, and Xtreme Manufacturing (Ahern Rentals) as a Dish Washer and a Warehouse Associate. After working and excelling quickly from his hard work, ability to learn fast and improve upon such great companies as Nevada Installation Services by sharing ideas of how to organize the warehouse to make it more efficient, which were later implemented. He began to enter full time into the field of technology as a Website Developer and Public Relations Consultant.

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