The Foundation for America’s Blood Centers Honors Incept with President’s Award

Award recognizes company’s dedication and efforts resulting in the launch of the America’s Blood Centers’ National Speakers Bureau.

March 27, 2012

CANTON, Ohio - On March 26, 2012 The Foundation for America's Blood Centers presented Incept with its President's Award during the America's Blood Centers' Awards of Excellence Banquet as part of their 50th Anniversary celebration held in Scottsdale, AZ.

The newly-created ABC Speakers Bureau ‘Conversations About Life' will help promote the importance of donating blood by providing ABC member organizations a unique selection of speakers which they can request for appearances. Through the support of Incept, ABC members now have access to a lineup of national speakers, all of whom are inspiring blood donation advocates. Through the program, Qualified ABC member events hosting a speaker will receive $1,000 to assist with the cost of the speaking and travel expenses.  

"The Speakers Bureau will help ABC members put a 'face' to both blood donors and patients." Michelle Stefan, Chair, The Foundation for America's Blood Centers.


Incept President and CEO, Sam Falletta & Vice President, Client Results, Billie Johnson accept The FABC's President's Award from Michelle Stefan, Chair - The Foundation for America's Blood Centers and
Jodi Zand, Director of Fund Development - The Foundation for America's Blood Centers.

About America's Blood Centers
Founded in 1962, America's Blood Centers (ABC) is North America's largest alliance of community-based, independent blood programs. Recognized by the U.S. Congress for its critical work in patient care, service to the U.S. military, and disaster preparedness and response, the federation operates more than 600 blood donor centers, providing half of the U.S. and a quarter of the Canadian blood supply. These blood centers serve more than 180 million people and provide blood products and services to more than 3,500 hospitals and healthcare facilities across North America. For more information about the ABC, visit www.americasblood.org.

About The Foundation for America's Blood Centers
The Foundation for America's Blood Centers (FABC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was formed in 1997, which works in partnership with America's Blood Centers. The FABC believes that no one should die for a lack of access to a safe and adequate blood supply. Their mission is to fund initiatives that improve the availability, quality, and safety of blood and related products to save, extend, or enhance the lives of patients. For more information about the FABC, visit www.thefabc.org.

About Incept
Incept is a conversational marketingTM firm that specializes in conducting productive conversations with your current and potential donors. These conversations help to strengthen your relationship with current and lapsed donors that nets you more productive units at the blood center level. Visit Incept on the web at www.inceptresults.com and www.inceptsaves.com.