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Details, details! Avoid that migraine by having Canik Communications coordinate your next special event or campaign. We have experience with everything from ribbon cuttings to fundraisers to events designed to attract media coverage.

Good planning is essential to success. The sooner you call us, the better.

Fulbrook’s first Furry Friend Festival was dog’gone good fun for all. Canik Communications handled the publicity, set up and operation of the pet photo booth, games and craft areas and the event raised several thousands of dollars for the local pet rescue firm, The Petterie.

April Canik spearheads stewardship campaign themed "A Generous God" for St. Luke's United Methodist Church. In spite of economic downturn and change in senior leadership, campaign generates over $7 million for the church budget and wins an AWARD OF MERIT for nonprofit campaigns from the International Association of Business Communicators Bronze Quill Awards.

Editorial support for Clear Creek Community Church and First Presbyterian Houston resulted in successful capital campaigns in spite of hurricane-related economic challenges.

April Canik, ABC coordinates the "GO FOR THE GREEN GOLF & WALK CHALLENGE" for Cypress Community Christian School. This unique event involved an adult golf tournament on one side of a 36-hole golf course, while students traveled the sidewalks on the opposite 18 holes to collect money from their walk sponsors. The family-style event raised over $100,000 for the school.

April Canik assists The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) in landing coverage on ABC with the "Low Tech Challenge." When IABC/Houston celebrated it's 50th anniversary, the organization looked back on how it used to be done in the 'olden days.' This media event pitted radio, newspaper and tv personalities against each other in a contest that involved communicating the old fashioned way (with a manual typewriter and the cold type method—one letter at a time).