Jason Maybaum, Mackenzie Hancsicsak and Parker Bates Among Young Celebrities to Launch #TieABowChallenge

The #TieABowChallenge is a Social Media Marketing campaign Complicated the Entire world to Position a Bow on Their Door or Front Window Symbolizing Worldwide Unity in the Combat From Coronavirus and Thanks to All of Our Crucial Employees

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updated: Mar 27, 2020 21:43 EDT


On Monday, March 30, Young Hollywood will unite to start the #TieABowChallenge, arranged by Crucial Elements PR. The Tie A Bow Problem is a social media marketing campaign aimed at displaying global unity in the combat against coronavirus and many thanks to all of the crucial employees who are at the forefront of this struggle.

Famous people will kick off the marketing campaign by putting up a “challenge” on their social media asking pals to location a bow (of any colour) on their front doorway or inside of their front window symbolizing global unity and many thanks to crucial employees. Bows can be built of any household product the challenger has on hand in an effort to inspire social distancing and permit any individual who is challenged to participate without the need of leaving the house to purchase materials.  

Some of the young celebs taking part in the start contain Jason Maybaum (Raven’s Household), Mackenzie Hancsicsak (This Is Us), Parker Bates (This Is Us), Faithe Herman (This Is Us), Ava Kolker (Sydney to the Max), Raegan Revord (Younger Sheldon), Maya Le Clark (The Thundermans), August Maturo (Woman Satisfies Entire world), Dylan and Caden Conrique (Rooster Women), Lilia Buckingham (Crown Lake), Hunter Payton (Raven’s Household), Bryson Robinson (Mani), Merrick Hanna (Mani) and quite a few more. 

The challenge is getting arranged by Crucial Elements PR, a boutique PR business specializing in the illustration of youth expertise. “I wanted to manage a marketing campaign to show the globe that we are all in this collectively and to show all of the men and women out there likely to get the job done day in and day out that we assist them and are grateful for almost everything they are executing to retain crucial companies working in these unprecedented times. All of the medical doctors, nurses, military services, laboratory staff members, grocery shop employees, truckers, warehouse staff members, shipping and postal employees, and the record goes on. Without having them at the forefront of this struggle, we would not have accessibility to the crucial materials and companies that we want to survive in these unprecedented times. They are in our thoughts and prayers and we are so grateful for all that they are executing,” stated Jennifer Tinucci of Crucial Elements PR Services. “We will band collectively and beat this, but we will have to all do our portion. If we are not crucial employees, we will have to all remain household to gradual the unfold of the virus. I hope that as the challenge gains momentum, we will all have bows on our home windows and doors displaying assist.”

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