Nashville Publicity Group announced today that they will donate $1 to Conduit Mission’s Nashville flood relief efforts for each new Twitter follower up to 500 new followers. Visit Nashville Publicity Group’s Twitter page at http://www.twitter.com/nashvillePR (@nashvillePR).

“My hope is that other small businesses will join us by launching similar fundraising efforts for those affected by the floods in Nashville and surrounding communities,” says Nashville Publicity Group’s Brian Mayes. “Conduit Mission has had multiple teams of volunteers out there every day, looking for those that need assistance. 100% of the funds raised go directly to flood relief efforts, and directly to those in need.”

Conduit Mission, a Christian non-profit organization in Franklin, Tennessee, had teams on the ground throughout the Nashville area immediately after the flood, and they remain in the field assisting those affected by the devastation.

“We’ve had so many opportunities to love the world around us and this provided us the opportunity to love the community in front of us,” says Conduit Mission founder Darren Tyler. “The devastation is massive and calls for a continuing effort on our behalf long into the future.”

Personal donations to flood relief efforts can be made online at http://www.conduitmission.org/donate/. All donations are tax deductible.

About Nashville Publicity Group
Founded in 2002 by music industry veteran Brian Mayes, Nashville Publicity Group is a forward thinking full-service public relations and consulting company specializing in faith-based and family-friendly entertainment. Nashville Publicity Group routinely delivers unparalleled results by creating aggressive, tailor-made campaigns for recording artists, authors, actors, concert tours and festivals, charities, social media and multimedia properties, television and feature film projects and more.

About Conduit Mission
Conduit Mission was started as a Bible study in September of 2007 with a goal of being a “conduit” of God’s power, God’s love and God’s resources. Conduit Mission partners with organizations that are providing basic living needs such as food, clothing, shelter and medical care. The overhead of the organization is kept low in order to accomplish the goal to “live simply that others may simply live.” In just over two years, Conduit Mission has taken in and given away over $200,000 to ministries in Africa, Haiti and Middle Tennessee. Conduit Mission serves as a ministry of Conduit Church – a church plant that launched in early 2010 in Spring Hill, Tennessee

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