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Image in a Box announces “Jack Gives Back” campaign this holiday season

Michelle Givens 11/26/14 8:00 AM

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HUNTSVILLE, AL, November 28, 2014 – Image in a Box announces an interactive voting component to its Tinsel Trail tree that will allow Tinsel Trail visitors to decide the non-profit that will win a $1,000 donation from Image in a Box this holiday season. The campaign is called “Jack Gives Back” and it is centered around Image in a Box’s Tinsel Trail tree, where two local, non-profit organizations will be competing for the winning donation. The premise is Tinsel Trail visitors will have to visit Image in a Box’s tree to get the instructions on how to vote for their favorite non-profit. The winning organization will receive a $1,000 donation and the runner up will receive a $250 donation.

Image in a Box is excited about its “Jack Gives Back” campaign. “We are cannot wait for the 2014 Tinsel Trail to start. We are excited to see how the Tinsel Trail visitors will embrace this interactive voting campaign at our Tinsel Trail tree,” says owner Michelle Givens. “Also, we are honored and blessed to be able make a donation to both of these locally-founded organizations that make significant impact on the local community. “

The opening ceremony for the Tinsel Trail is November 28, 2014 at 6pm. And this year’s Tinsel Trail will be open from November 28, 2014 through January 2, 2015, so be sure to look for Image in a Box’s tree and vote for the non-profit organization you want to win this holiday season.

About Image in a Box

Image in a Box (IIAB) is a digital marketing agency that provides website development, online marketing/advertising services and premium web hosting solutions. IIAB’s specialty is designing custom websites and web-based solutions to aid businesses in process automation. To see our portfolio, visit us To learn more about our services, call us at 256.886.8269 or email us at

About A New Leash on Life

A New Leash on Life is a non-profit network of animal advocates, caretakers, and fundraisers striving to end euthanasia of homeless pets at our city shelter, and make the world a better place for homeless pets and the people who love them! They work in North Alabama to reduce the number of homeless pets by spaying and neutering, provide medical assistance and foster care for abandoned, injured, or unwanted animals, educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering, and promote humane animal treatment in our community.

Visit the ANLOL Adoption Center at 2676 Dug Hill Rd and the ANLOL Market Place Thrift Store at 707 Andrew Jackson Way to experience the life-saving efforts of the volunteers and foster homes who all care deeply about the homeless cats and dogs they serve.

About the National Children’s Advocacy Center

The National Children’s Advocacy Center works to protect children from abuse through local program services by using a multidisciplinary team approach; and the agency provides national and international leadership to professionals in the field by providing training opportunities and technical assistance.

The NCAC was started 30 years ago through the vision of Former U.S. Congressman Bud Cramer and was the world’s first Children’s Advocacy Center. There are now more than 850 CACs across the United States modeled after the NCAC, and these programs served more than 293,000 children in 2013 alone. Additionally, the CAC movement is being implemented on an international basis as there are more than 100 international CACs operating in 20 countries around the world. Through all of this growth, the NCAC continues to prioritize our service delivery for children in Madison County as this is our community of primary concern.