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OrangeBoy has worked with more than 100 public and academic libraries, retailers, financial institutions and other social service, government and cultural organizations across North America.
These are just some of the people we are proud to work with.
The Christian County Library passed its levy with 68 percent of the vote in August 2017, which will nearly double its annual budget. More importantly, the levy allows the library to build three new facilities and renovate and expand another. That's a vastly different reality than Geri found on her arrival in 2013 as executive director.
It doesn’t always need to be a big change to enrich a customer’s experience. Receiving comments and listening to suggestions on an individual basis from customers can lead to improvements that benefits all customers.
OrangeBoy sends its best to the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library for winning a Queen City Public Relations Crown Award for Integrated Communications (Nonprofit)!
When it came to getting customer input about the future of their library system, Multnomah County Library not only used targeted emails to ultimately get the customer interaction they were looking for, but also gained valuable insights about messaging content that opened a new door of possibilities.
St. Louis Public Library Foundation (Foundation) is finding new ways to connect with donors following a successful multi-year capital campaign to raise support for the restoration and modernization of Central Library. Strategically collaborating with the Marketing Department and utilizing customer engagement tools in OrangeBoy’s CRM solution, Savannah, has helped them in this pursuit.
November 8, 2016 was a monumental day for the Mid-Continent Public Library (MCPL), located in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Three counties in the area - Jackson, Clay and Platte - included library levy Proposition L on their ballots. The library levy requested an 8 cent increase that would raise property taxes from 32 cents to 40 cents per $100 of assessed valuation, adding an estimated $9.5 million to the Library’s current annual operating budget of $42 million.