Millennials Raise Money for Baton Rouge Flood Victims

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By Millennium Innovations, Special for USDR

Millennium Innovations, a leading sales and marketing firm headquartered in the Miami area, recently held fundraisers to benefit victims of the devastating Baton Rouge floods.

Volunteers from Millennium Innovations partnered with QRI, a local Baton Rouge company, to hold a cookout at a local park for one event in September. The proceeds went toward helping several QRI employees who suffered losses in the recent floods. In addition to the cookout, the team at Millennium Innovations walked around the park accepting donations. They also held a game night to raise funds. In total, several hundred dollars was raised for the families in need.

“We wanted to help several families who lost everything in the recent floods,” said Michael Papa, President of Millennium Innovations. “Our team is dedicated to making a difference, not only in business but also in the lives of those in our  community.”

The skilled professionals at Millennium Innovations strive for success on behalf of the client, providing sales solutions to help the client grow stronger their business quickly with integrity. In addition to this fundraiser for flood victims, the team at Millennium Innovations supports Operation Smile and other local nonprofits.

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About Millennium  Innovations
Millennium Innovations is an outsourced sales and marketing company that specializes in sales solutions for some of the nation’s most recognized, respected client brands. The company helps sustain and build the client’s customer base while increasing their brand awareness and maximizing sales. For more information, call 786-452-8148 or visit

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