DotMailer – Sponsor Us For Comic Relief!

 

Red Nose DayRecently, we’ve been playing with our logo to liven it up for special occasions. First we did Valentine’s Day to spread the love, then we followed up on Pancake day with another appropriate alteration!

However, I don’t know if you’ve ever noticed but the dotMailer logo has a secret confession to make. 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, it has been flying the flag for Comic Relief.

How you say? Take a closer look. Yeah, right there, in the middle…

A RED NOSE!

Okay, so it’s slightly pink, but we just couldn’t keep this from you any longer. We had to come clean.

Red Nose Day 2011 – a Fresh (red) start

 

As penance for being so deceitful, this year we’ll be dressing up in bizarre clothing and raising money for the good cause. Head to our Just Giving page to contribute money toward our efforts and maybe we’ll treat you to a few photos of our efforts next week…

Oh, alright then, here’s a few from this morning!


In the early days of the company, when we were known as Ellipsis Media, we often heard other companies having a “dressing down” day to raise money for charity.

Unfortunately, the wires must have got crossed somewhere since we ended up doing a “dressing gown” day. Nobody seemed to mind though and at least it’s less ambiguous than “smart-casual”!

So please donate and let us know if you’re getting up to anything for Comic Relief.

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