Wed, Dec 12, 2012
Video Produced By One Of The Top Marketing Firms In The Country
One of the top marketing agencies in the country, which prefers to remain anonymous, provided its pro bono services to the IMC Club International by designing and producing a ninety-second promotional video about the organization. The Club is working to expand its presence in the General Aviation community.
The video presents the IMC Club’s philosophy of enhancing instrument proficiency and safety for all pilots in the General Aviation community. The video will become part of the IMC Club Open Chapter meetings at aviation events, and is published on YouTube, the IMC Club website and various other media.
“This Agency’s depth of marketing knowledge is a real asset to our organization. We are honored and excited to receive such a great gift. I don’t remember ever before having an agency of this caliber getting involved in helping to advance General Aviation safety. There are no words that will express how grateful we are,” said Radek Wyrzykowski, the president of the IMC Club.
The IMC Club was established to promote instrument flying, proficiency and safety. Along with IFR flying and monthly local chapter meetings, it offers a resource-rich website which provides an electronic experience base.
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