Freije Brands seeks members of the armed forces for a photo shoot on Thursday, June 7 between 5 – 8 pm in the Broad Ripple area
Through our research with members of the armed forces, we found that armed forces advertising is often inauthentic, such as stock photography with inappropriate uniforms.
We would like the help of actual members of the armed forces, past and present, to be featured as the models in a photo shoot for INHP.
We also would like family members to participate, too.
The advertisements will be featured online in places such as INHP.org and Facebook, and in handouts and fliers.
Who: Central Indiana military members, active, reserve, retired and their families
What: photo shoot - Freije Brands client Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership INHP
When: Thursday, June 7 between 5-8 pm
Where: Broad Ripple neighborhoods
What to wear/bring: Wear casual, civilian clothes, no uniforms. If you have armed forces items, such as a hat, jacket, shirt, sweatshirt, jewelry, tattoo, flag, please bring those items with you, as we may incorporate into the photos.
How to participate
If you are interested and available please contact Nichole Freije via email, call or text at email@example.com or 317-716-0957.
Thank you gift
Participants will receive a $25 gift card as a thank you for their participation.
Examples of an INHP Facebook ads
Who is INHP?
INHP is a nonprofit organization created by Indianapolis Mayor William Hudnut in 1988, whose mission is to be a resource for Marion County homeowners and those seeking to buy a home. Learn more about INHP's mission, vision and values at inhp.org/learn.
Who does INHP serve?
For those who want to buy a home, INHP offers home buying education classes and advising programs, down payment assistance funds and mortgages. For those who already own their home, INHP offers home repair inspections, project support and financing. Find out more about INHP offerings at inhp.org.
What else does INHP do?
INHP also offers innovative funding like sweat equity programs and home value guaranty programs for specific Indianapolis neighborhoods. INHP also grants funds to Community Development Corporations and nonprofit organizations who support long-term, sustainable homeownership efforts. Read more at inhp.org.