2012 CSR Awards: A-List – Carmichael Lynch Spong


Carmichael Lynch Spong’s headquarters in downtown Minneapolis is the ultimate symbol of this agency’s full-on commitment to corporate responsibility and environmental stewardship. Its LEED- qualified workplace is powered 100% by wind-sourced energy, and the agency has reduced its landfill waste with aggressive recycling and composting practices. In addition, its employees enthusiastically dive into community efforts. This commitment extends to its CSR work on behalf of its clients. In 2011, Carmichael Lynch Spong worked with client Supervalu in a partnership with First Lady Michelle Obama as part of a national effort to eliminate “food deserts” in major metropolitan areas. Supervalu and its subsidiary Save-a-Lot Food Stores committed to opening 250 new Save-A-Lot stores over the next five years in and around neighborhoods with limited or no immediate access to healthier foods, such as fresh fruits, vegetables and meat. Carmichael Lynch Spong also worked with client Ingersoll Rand on its new INNOVENTIONS at Epcot green home exhibit, which features products and solutions from Ingersoll Rand brands Trane and Schlage. —SG

 




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