MARKETING REQUESTS

Our marketing team is ready to help you complete your next project or update.

Projects

A project is a public-facing, strategic effort intended to advance a specific ministry goal. If you’re not sure, it's probably a project. To get started, select the brand to which this project will belong.

New project

Change order to currently in-progress project

If the marketing team is currently working on a project, which needs revised scope, use this form.

New Event Request

Please complete an event request for any in-person or online events.

Work Order

A work order is a smaller, specific task for which the strategy is already determined.

Booth & table assistance
Help with conference requests
CVENT link
Request an event link (no event support).
Single email
Not associated with a campaign
General
General content, video, design request that is not a project.
Research request
Ask for internal marketing/IT data, metrics, and reports
Social post
Request a single social media post.
Speaker assistance
Request support for a NAMB executive speaking at an event
Texting keyword
Request a new 888-123 keyword for your event or campaign
Vetting request
Request vetting for a person who will publicly represent NAMB or speak at an event
Warehouse item number
Generate a number for use with the FSI inventory system
Website content change
Request a small update to an existing webpage

Request Guidelines

Simply fill out our request form on Workfront and we'll be able to get your project going.

Make sure it fits one of our 3 NAMB Goals:

  • 1,200 new SBC congregations
  • 30,000 people mobilized through Send Relief.
  • 60,000 people committed to share Jesus with their one.

And you can answer these questions:

  • What is our message?
  • What is our audience?
    What do they need, want, feel, and/or think?
  • What kinds of messages best meet those needs, wants, feelings, and thoughts?
  • In what form(s) and with what tools are the messages delivered? why?
  • What is the call to action?
  • How do we track results?