{NJ Marketing Company CMDS Launches Website for Kids’ Chance of New Jersey}

Middletown, NJ (April 18, 2013) – NJ marketing company CMDS has announced the launch of www.kidschancenj.org, an organization dedicated to providing the children of workers seriously injured or killed on the job with scholarships and educational opportunities.

Since the first Kids’ Chance organization being founded in 1988, Kids’ Chance has given out more than five million dollars in scholarship funds and over 2,000 educational scholarships nationally. The organization strives to assist the children of workers who have been seriously injured on the job achieve an education, despite any financial strains the family is facing.

Christopher Mulvaney, founder and president of NJ marketing company CMDS, believes the new website for Kids’ Chance of New Jersey will produce positive results for the organization. “Working with a charity like Kids’ Chance of New Jersey has been such a pleasure. Our team built a great marketing tool that will build the organization’s online brand and help them reach their goals.”

In addition to building the new website, CMDS was successfully able to retain a Google Grant for ongoing paid search media fees of $10,000 per month. These dollars will help further awareness of Kids’ Chance to individuals throughout New Jersey.

CMDS offers striking and engaging website design that helps clients attract their audiences. They also offer seo services to ensure optimum search engine ranking, getting the most out of a particular website and greater visibility.

About CMDS:

CMDS is an award-winning full service NJ marketing company, Google AdWords certified Partner, social media and web design agency dedicated to branding businesses.  Headquartered in Middletown, New Jersey, CMDS has been offering superior services since 2002, including website design, online advertising, marketing services, and search engine placement. For more information, contact Anthony Sole at (732) 706-5555 x203 or visit the company’s website at www.cmdsonline.com.

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