People daily try to do the right thing. But a lot of the time it gets lost in all the hustle and bustle of the news, politics and everything going on in daily life. But these small companies trudge along, building their business while at the same time, doing a little good for the world. Buick and Vanity Fair have linked up to create a new multimedia campaign that spotlights companies that have tried to redefine the world.
The main article will premier in the September issue of Vanity Fair. The magazine will provide highlights of social entrepreneurs who are trying to make large-scale changes. They plan on driving this change by using their business to invest in, connect with and dedicated themselves to fixing the major s issues faced by the world today.
Subscribers can read a bit about each business owner in the magazine, and then follow up on more information,
on Buicks YouTube site. The car manufacturer will be posting personal interviews with all the members. Bring to light more information such as the entrepreneur history, why they do what they do, and really allow the user to see a new side of the spotlighted business.
All the chosen companies are selected because of their desire to be a change in the way things are normally done. They want to make the normal things people do better, to take a new view on what normal is. This is much in line with Buicks new goal which is to redefine.
To find out more information about the Agents of change go to http://goo.gl/In3f0 . If you are interested in finding out more about the redefined Buick, visit your Cumberland Dealer Timbrook Buick GMC in person or online at www.timbrookgmc.com . For the latest deals look at www.facebook.com/timbrookbuickgmc