As the third quarter has come to a close, we are grateful for the diversity of clients we get to work with, including new projects and client relationships – and some that are old yet new again. From beverage brands to musical acts, healthcare companies and more, our team is eager to continue partnering with the following new clients:
Interfaith Outreach is an organization we’ve had the honor of working with in the past, and we’re thankful for the opportunity to partner again. The nonprofit provides both emergency and long-term solutions related to food and clothing, housing, employment, childcare, transportation, and access to resources and healthy community connections. They also provide learning and service opportunities to engage individuals, businesses, schools, faith communities, civic groups, health systems and foundations.
The O’Neill Brothers, an instrumental piano duo from New Prague, Minnesota, comprised of brothers Tim and Ryan O’Neill, are one of Bellmont Partners’ early clients that we’re always thrilled to have the chance to partner with again. For the past 25 years, Tim and Ryan’s music has been streamed online more than one billion times. This December, the duo is performing holiday concerts for the first time in more than a decade, and has launched a new nonprofit, The O’Neill Foundation of Hope.
Relievant Medsystems is on a mission to transform the diagnosis and treatment of vertebrogenic low back pain, which is a distinct type of chronic low back pain caused by damage to vertebral endplates. Backed by 30 years of research, the company developed the breakthrough Intracept Procedure, a minimally invasive procedure that targets the basivertebral nerve for the relief of chronic vertebrogenic low back pain.
Stilly beverages are NOT seltzers, and they’re not your ordinary cocktails in a can; they’re an all-new category of unique adult beverages called a “stilly.” A “stilly” is a light and refreshing cocktail made with premium vodka or other distilled spirits, fine bubbles, a squeeze of natural juices, and natural flavors. The exact ingredients and processes used to make a “stilly” are a closely guarded secret, but consumers are proving to love the taste of this unique and naturally refreshing beverage.