Mullen's 'Mullenteers' Assist Hands-On New Orleans With Clean Up


Even if it finds its way to a press release in a bid for publicity, you can't fault an agency for sending 30 of its employees to New Orleans to assist Hands On New Orleans with the continuing post-Katrina clean up. In partnership with its client, The Stanley Works, Mullen sent 30 "Mullenteers" from its Wenham (Boston) and Detroit office to the city last week armed with Stanley Tools and sixty hands to paint, construct, plumb, roof or anything else that needed doing.

The Stanley Works provided all manner of tools including tape measures, hammers, levels, saw horses, tool boxes, pliers, power staplers, clamps, laser levelers, inflators and mechanics tool sets, all of which will remain with Hands On New Orleans for continuing use.

Nice work, Mullen. So when are you guys moving to Boston? That's what we keep hearing.

by Steve Hall    Nov-12-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Agencies, Cause, Good   

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Great story about Mullen and really good to hear about a company letting its employees help people in's a great example for how an agency should be

Posted by: James Gerber on November 12, 2007 3:11 PM

What's a Mullen Wenham picture without Janelle Nicolo?

Bummer. You're welcome in advance:

Posted by: tom lout on November 13, 2007 10:41 AM

DAMN!! How could I not know that? And to think the glory that is Janelle is employed by an agency that is a mere 20 miles from where we lovingly craft Adrants.

Hmm...I'm thinking a trip to Mullen is in order here.

Oh, and Jenelle has much more here:

Posted by: Steve Hall on November 13, 2007 12:14 PM