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Susan G. Komen Central And Northern Arizona (Komen CAN AZ) Selects And Retains Ideas Collide To Combat Breast Cancer

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ideas Collide is excited to announce Susan G. Komen® Central and Northern Arizona (Komen CAN AZ) as a new client.

Komen CAN AZ is an Arizona affiliate to Susan G. Komen®, serving the nine counties of central and northern Arizona with breast cancer education, screening and treatment assistance programs.

"Partnering with Komen CAN AZ is such an incredible opportunity," said Ideas Collide Account Director Bridget Daly. "This partnership not only gives us the chance to help the community work towards saving lives from breast cancer, but also for more fully connecting with the Arizona community."

Ideas Collide works together with Komen CAN AZ in planning strategic communications, coordinating with the Arizona media, developing creative direction for events and initiatives like the Susan G. Komen Phoenix Race For the Cure®, as well as support in digital and print materials for the non-profit organization.

Daly leads a team that works closely with Komen CAN AZ's Executive Director Heather Roberts and her team.

"Ideas Collide brings fresh ideas to our affiliate," said Roberts. "So far we have seen successful, creative work from Ideas Collide that propels our vision. Our organization looks forward to collaborating on all upcoming events."

About Komen CAN AZ.

Susan G. Komen Central and Northern Arizona is one of more than 120 Affiliates around the world dedicated to combating breast cancer at every front. Its service area encompasses all of central and northern Arizona, including Apache, Coconino, Gila, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pinal and Yavapai counties. Through events like the Susan G. Komen Phoenix Race for the Cure®, the Affiliate has invested more than $25.4 million in local breast health and breast cancer awareness projects in central and northern Arizona, and breast cancer research. Join us by calling 602-544-CURE (2873) or visiting us online at www.KomenCANaz.org. Connect with Susan G. Komen Central and Northern Arizona on Facebook and Twitter.

About Ideas Collide

Ideas Collide Inc. is a marketing and communications firm in Scottsdale, Arizona, founded on the idea that effective marketing strategies result when creative insight couples with research and analytics.

Ideas Collide specializes in designing fully integrated marketing solutions with digital solutions to play a key, central role in the strategic planning and execution.

Since 2005 the firm has delivered creative solutions to clients from FORTUNE 100 to new start-ups in a variety of industries including high-tech, consumer packaged goods, travel and hospitality as well as residential and commercial real estate.

Ideas Collide is ranked among the top mid-sized advertising and digital agencies in Arizona, recognized as a business of the year finalist and IMPACT Award recipient for Company Culture by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. Most recently, the Phoenix Business Journal designated Ideas Collide as a Top 25 Best Places to Work (Micro-Companies). A senior team of marketing professionals leads the agency, including several that serve on various Arizona marketing and public relations boards as well as community and arts organizations. Learn more at http://ideascollide.com.

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