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                      Tuthill Launches 30 Days of Thanks Campaign

                       

                      Tuthill is launching their 30 Days of Thanks campaign. Earlier this month, the Tuthill Brand Team traveled to Tuthill’s locations in Fort Wayne, Ind., Clearwater, Fla., Springfield, Mo. and Alsip, Ill. Our mission was to discover uncommon gratitude at Tuthill. We wanted to dig deeper than the traditional Thanksgiving responses: family, health, a home, a job.

                      “What is the weirdest thing you are grateful for?” Chad Gabriel, Director of Seismic Branding asked as the camera rolled. Eyes wandered and each person became quietly contemplative under the studio lights.

                      “The weirdest thing?” our interviewees questioned. “Think of something that is special to you and brings you joy,” Chad clarified.

                      The creativity started to flow. People thanked their pets, their Xbox, styles of music, and some heartfelt responses surfaced as well.

                      Each day leading up to Thanksgiving, Tuthill will release interviews on social media with the hashtag #30DaysofThanks.

                      We hope the ideas inspire each one of you to submit the weirdest thing YOU are thankful for online. Everyone who submits will be entered into a random drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card to put toward your holiday shopping! Submissions are due by November 23. One winner will be drawn on November 28.

                      Click the Amazon card to submit your entry, or click here http://tthl.cc/30DaysContest

                      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TuthillCorporation/

                      Twitter: @TuthillCorp 

                      Instagram: @TuthillCorp 

                       

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