CEO of Jennings Social Media Marketing & Viral Bolt Media Named One of KC's Most Wanted Honorees Class of 2015

KC Magazine to Feature Honorees in December Issue 2015 & Auction Package to Benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City

LEAWOOD, KS--(Marketwired - Nov 12, 2015) - Valerie Jennings, CEO & founder of JSMM and VBM, has been selected as one of KC Magazine's 2015 Most Wanted Honorees! Every year, KC Magazine selects 30 passionate, charitable and hard working professionals to be honored at the KC's Most Wanted Auction. Each of the Most Wanted Honorees are asked to pull all of their talent, creativity and resources together for a good cause and create an auction package to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City (BBBSKC) and are also featured in the December issue of KC Magazine.

Jennings has created a local luxury auction package which includes a weekend with a new Mercedes convertible from Aristocrat Motors; a $500 gift card to shop at House of Denmark; a pair of silver earrings by John Hardy from Mazzarese Jewelry; a $250 gift card from The Grill at Park Place; and a gift card valued at $100 from Geno's Clothiers. Read more about her auction package. Jennings has also raised $3,450 in cash donations via her personal fundraising page and her company, JSMM, is an event sponsor. 

Honorees use personal and professional resources and contacts to create packages that appeal to a wide audience that will be sure to bring in big bucks for this foundation! This year the Most Wanted Honorees are hoping to raise more than $200,000 to help BBBSKC!

About BBBSKC- Founded originally as a Kansas City Jaycee project in 1964, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City (BBBSKC) has served more than 20,000 at-risk youth in the Kansas City metropolitan area. Serving over 1,700 youth in Kansas City each year, BBBSKC provides children facing adversity in one-to-one life-changing friendships with adult mentors. BBBSKC matches school-aged youth (Littles) from one-parent or other non-traditional homes, with caring, adult volunteers (Bigs).

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Michelle Camber