Communitas Award

Our efforts with Lymphoma Society (LLS) have been recognized by another great national organization! It was just announced that we won a Communitas Award for our “This Time Tomorrow” music video in the 2010 Communitas Awards contest. The video, to benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), features a collaboration of Milwaukee-area musicians.

Communitas Awards recognizes exceptional businesses, organizations and individuals that are unselfishly giving of themselves and their resources, and those that are changing how they do business to benefit their communities.

This Time Tomorrow won the award in category 3.1 Pro Bono. The winning video can be viewed at ThisTimeTomorrow.org and the song is available for $.99 download at iTunes with all proceeds going to LLS.

August 19, 2010 · Posted by in audio, misc, video  

7 Tellys

We’re excited to announce that we won seven awards for our “This Time Tomorrow” music video in the 31st Annual Telly Awards contest, which received nearly 11,000 entries from around the world. The video, to benefit The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), features a collaboration of Milwaukee-area musicians.

The video won five awards in the following categories: music video, use of music, art direction, videography/cinematography and charitable/not-for-profit; and won two People’s Telly awards for non-broadcast production and video. This is the first year of the People’s Telly awards, in which the public was invited to view and rate video submissions. The winning video can be viewed at ThisTimeTomorrow.org and the song is available for $.99 download at iTunes with all proceeds going to LLS.

Founded in 1978, the Telly Awards is the premier award honoring outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs, as well as the finest video and film productions, and web commercials, videos and films.

Thanks to everyone who contributed their time and talent to this great cause!

June 22, 2010 · Posted by in audio, video  

LLS Woman of the Year
We’re very proud to announce that Z2 Marketing’s Deb Zindler has been named Woman of the Year for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society!

Through her leadership and our efforts behind the This Time Tomorrow project, she was able to raise a great deal of money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society fundraising efforts.

And this is just the beginning… We’ll be continuing to help raise awareness and money through the sale of the This Time Tomorrow single (which you can buy on iTunes.)

Once again, congrats to Deb and her whole team!

May 21, 2010 · Posted by in misc  

Benefit Concert for LLS

On May 7th, 2010 we’re throwing a big concert at Milwaukee’s Historic Pfister Hotel featuring Bascom Hill, The Felix Culpa, The Celebrated Workingman, The Boogie Men, Hayward Williams, The Jeanna Salzer Band… and more!

And… we’re also holding a silent auction at the same time, with great items from Generac Power Systems, Allied Pools, Wheel & Sprocket, Milwaukee Wave, Heiser Automotive, Rishi Tea, Cascio Interstate Music… and more!

And… it’s all for charity. The money raised will go to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, to help fight blood cancers.

And don’t forget to check out ThisTimeTomorrow.org for more info.

April 30, 2010 · Posted by in event  

This Time Tomorrow has once again proven to been inspiring to everyone involved. We hope you enjoy this music video, and also hope you’ll be inspired to buy the song and attend the benefit concert we’re putting on.

A big, big, big thanks to everyone who helped make this song and video a reality: Cory Zimmermann (ZyFy), Joe Hite, Tony Goff (The Boogie Men), Chris Steelman (Oil Can Harry), Randy Komberec (The Boogie Men), Brian McLaughlin (The Toys), Dani Daly (Oil Can Harry), Dan Henderson (Spoiled Rotten), Joe Gleesing (First Kiss), Joy Bach, Eric Darnell (Old Mil), John Hauser (The Love Monekys), Bobby Rouse (Rhythm Method & Light Up), Cheryl O’Hara (Sweet Tarts), Eric Barbieri (The Barbeez), Ameerah, Xeno (Bad Boy), Plus our group choir of musicians and friends, and everyone at Z2 Marketing

Find out more about this project at ThisTimeTomorrrow.org

April 19, 2010 · Posted by in event, video  

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