ATLANTA, Ga. — MELT CEO Vince Thompson has been named as a finalist for The Cynopsis Social Good Award. Thompson is a finalist in the “Social Good Leaders of The Year,” category. Other finalists include Discovery Education CMO/ SVP Lori McFarling; REVOLT TV VP of Communications Kai D. Wright; Time Warner Cable VP Tessie Topol and Top Drawer Creative Executive Howard Chang.
The Cynopsis Social Good Awards will be held in New York City at The Yale Club on Tuesday, March 3.
The Cynopsis Social Good Awards are given to TV, entertainment and corporate executives honoring contributors, causes and philanthropic efforts. Thompson was named a finalist based on his work with The Arthritis Foundation; The Showcase Group and his recent nomination as The American Diabetes Association Father of The Year Award.
“I am honored and humbled to be a part of this award and esteemed group,” said Thompson. “I truly believe it’s an important part of my personal responsibility to give back to society for the blessings I’ve received.”
Founded by CEO Vince Thompson in 2000, MELT, LLC, is an Atlanta based fully-integrated sports and entertainment marketing agency offering clients advertising, original content development, digital, social media, event and experiential marketing, retail and consumer promotions, brand strategy and sports property evaluation and activation. Check us out at www.meltatl.com, on facebook.com/MELTatl, or on Twitter @MELTatl.