Every day, we have the opportunity to work with a great group of clients.
Today was one of those particularly significant days for Brogan. After months of behind-the-scenes preparation, we helped launch a major initiative for the city of Detroit and the surrounding suburbs.
Today, we stood with our client, the Michigan Women's Foundation, and a group of governmental, political and community leaders to announce Enough SAID—Enough Sexual Assault in Detroit. The campaign, led by the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, the Detroit Crime Commission and Michigan Women's Foundation, seeks to bring justice to more than 11,000 victims of sexual assault whose cases have been shelved for years or decades. These kits represent thousands of unprosecuted sexual assaults, and potentially thousands of sex offenders still on the streets of Detroit and its suburbs.
Enough SAID seeks to raise funding to test the kits, investigate each case and prosecute the offenders—providing justice for the victims and helping make our communities safer.
Brogan was hired to brand the campaign and develop the creative strategy and assets to promote it. We're proud of our work, and we're excited to do more. To make a difference.
We hope you'll consider spreading the word about Enough SAID and maybe even joining our efforts to open more kits and provide closure to more victims.