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 Annual campaign recognizes businesses, residents, and organizations doing their part for the local community and spreads awareness about proper disposal of outdated phone directories

OAHU, HAWAII. (January 3, 2017) – Vivial, a leading marketing technology (martech) company and proud publisher of the Hawaiian Telcom Yellow Pages, launched its annual campaign, #SmallBizBigOutcome, which celebrates small businesses that are doing their part to make a difference in the local community. Vivial launched SmallBizBigOutcome.com, an online hub dedicated to spotlighting Oahu businesses, residents, and organizations working to create positive change.

#SmallBizBigOutcome EcoHub

To kick off the campaign, Vivial is celebrating Oahu businesses, residents and organizations that are doing their part to make a difference for the environment and the local community. Share a photo on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook about how you, or a business you know, is contributing to a more environmentally friendly world using #SmallBizBigOutcome and tag @VivialMedia.

To check out Vivial’s online hub dedicated to spotlighting business and residents working to create positive change, visit http://smallbizbigoutcome.com/eco-hub and share the link on your social accounts.

Oahu Infographic

Residents and businesses in Oahu are currently receiving the new 2017 telephone directory, which features advertising representing local businesses throughout Oahu. Vivial encourages the Oahu community to dispose of their outdated directories – residents in their gray refuse carts and businesses in their trash containers – now that the new directories have been delivered.

Vivial, in collaboration with the City and County of Honolulu, has created an Infographic, a visual explanation designed to educate the Oahu community about proper disposal of outdated phone books on the island. Outdated directories are processed locally at a waste-to-energy facility where they are used to generate a valuable source of renewable energy for Oahu. They are never wasted and never end up in landfills.

The Oahu Infographic is available at SmallBizBigOutcome.com/Oahu and Vivial suggests businesses and residents share the link through their online channels to help spread the word about the difference proper disposal of phone books can make in protecting the environment and powering the island.

“Vivial loves small businesses and is proud to champion other businesses who are helping to create positive change through #SmallBizBigOutcome,” said Laura Cole, Vice President, Marketing, Vivial. “We’re committed to spreading the word about proper disposal of outdated phone directories in Oahu, which helps to power the island and protect the environment.”

For more information about Vivial’s #SmallBizBigOutcome programs across the country, visit SmallBizBigOutcome.com. To arrange for a bulk pick up, please call (808) 833-2018, or to reduce or stop delivery of any print directory, please go to yellowpagesoptout.com. To learn about all of Vivial’s product offerings, visit Vivial.net.


ABOUT VIVIAL: Vivial is a groundbreaking marketing technology (martech) company that offers a full range of customer engagement tools to help businesses enhance the way they connect with customers, build loyalty, manage content and track results.

Vivial’s mission is to help our customers grow their business, whether that is with our easy-to-use and affordable local online marketing technology or a custom marketing campaign that we create, implement and monitor. We help businesses of all types increase their visibility using turn-key solutions, allowing our customers to get back to running their business while we work behind the scenes to get them results.

Vivial’s success is highlighted by recognitions such as: “Fifth Hottest Technology Company,” Forbes; “Best Local SEO Company,” Top SEO; “Green Initiative” award from the prestigious national Comunitas Award.

For more information visit vivial.net


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