Summary

CM+PR is always searching for inspiring stories from Aspiranet, showing their amazing work on behalf of children and families. Through collaboration with Aspiranet directors and program managers, CM+PR heard Lacey’s story.

Our press department secured a unique opportunity with Parents Magazine to share Lacey’s story in an article and additionally, via the magazine’s website and social media pages. Lacey’s story went VIRAL, being shared over 45,000x’s and reaching several million social media users.

CM+PR also shared the story on Aspiranet’s social sites and statewide county sites on behalf of our client. Lacey’s story then captured the attention of another, larger national publication, People Magazine, who published a second story in their digital issue.

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Lacey’s story has also been shared in several blogs and garnered interviews on additional sites, providing millions of impressions for the Aspiranet parent Lacey Dunkin.
  • Parents Magazine

Circulation: 2,200,000

Social Media Following:
Facebook: 1,579,858
Twitter: 3.3 Million
Pinterest: 204.7 K
Instagram: 97.6K

Shares: 23.1K

  • People Magazine

3.4 million subscribers, 39 million readers

Social Media Following:
Facebook: 6,175,314
Twitter: 7.22 million
Pinterest: 87.5 K
Instagram: 1.7 Million

Shares: 21.4K

  • Msn.com

Social Media Following:
Facebook: 155,491
Twitter: 14.9K

  • Yahoo Beauty

Social Media Following:
Facebook: 2,184,917
Twitter: 17.2K
Instagram: 69.6K

Client Feedback

“Denise Bean-White, President of Consortium Media, is a unique community leader whose skills as an accomplished media consultant are applied to her commitment to social impact. Her work with Aspiranet has focused on bringing awareness to the needs of children and youth. She believes that we should recognize foster youth’s potential and support their future.

Denise Bean-White follows the credo that Robert Kennedy espoused over fifty years ago, “Some men see things as they are and say ‘why.’ I dream things that never were and say ‘why not.’”  Denise asks the question “why not” and acts. Ventura is a better place because of her leadership.”

Vernon M. Brown, President, Aspiranet