Dragonfly Foundation Sets Date for Celebrity Basketball Game

THE DRAGONFLY FOUNDATION & DRIVEN FOUNDATION
BRING FORMER OSU FOOTBALL PLAYERS
FOR A CELEBRITY BASKETBALL GAME

MASON, OH, March 25, 2015 — The Dragonfly Foundation will be teaming up with the Columbus-based Driven Foundation to bring 14 former Ohio State Buckeye football players to Mason, OH on April 11th, 2015 for a basketball game for good! The players will be split into two teams and paired with local community members to play a charity basketball game at the Mason Basketball Arena located at Mason Middle School.

With such a large Ohio State following in Cincinnati, we believe this event will provide families with an entertaining evening and an opportunity to support two great foundations while showing their love for O-H-I-O!

Below are the event details

Date: April 11th, 2015

                Tickets: $10/each

Purchase Tickets Here: http://drivendragonfly.splashthat.com/

 

Pre-Game Meal Time: 1:00PM

                Pre-Game Meal Information: Lunch to be catered by Rusty Bucket

(chicken & salmon). Dessert catered by Servati’s (mini desserts)

Included in the pre-game meal will be a Q&A with the Ohio State players

and free autographs.

                Tip-Off: 4:00PM

                Other Details: Free autograph session after the game, limit of two items per

person.

Proceeds split evenly between The Dragonfly Foundation and The

                Driven Foundation.

 

Buckeye Alumni Football Players to Participate:

Roy Hall                          Jay Richardson               Michael Jenkins

Branden Joe                     Tyler Everett                  Jake Ballard

Nick Patterson                 Jamie Wood                   Bobby Britton

Jay Koch                          Maurice Lee                   Gary Berry

Thomas Matthews           Simon Fraser

About The Dragonfly Foundation:

The Dragonfly Foundation is a nonprofit that provides distractions from the emotional, physical, and financial toll of cancer and bone marrow transplants. For more information about The Dragonfly Foundation or their capital campaign to build the Landing 3.0, please visit Dragonfly.org or BuildTheLanding.org.

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Heimlich Heroes Featured in 2 Children and Family Magazines!

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Heimlich Heroes featured in San Diego Family Magazine:

http://fbs.advantageinc.com/sandiegofamily/march2015/#p=14

Heimlich Heroes featured in Today’s Family Magazine:

http://www.todaysfamilymagazine.com/data/TFEC_current.pdf#page=4&zoom=auto,-67,895

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Smyth Automotive featured in multiple publications!

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Check out the features below:

Auto Service Professional: http://www.autoserviceprofessional.com/article/95074/family-owned-smyth-automotive-parts-plus-expands-in-central-ohio

Auto Parts:   http://www.searchautoparts.com/aftermarket-business/news-distribution/smyth-automotive-expands-central-ohio  

Babcox:   http://www.counterman.com/parts-plus-member-smyth-automotive-parts-plus-opens-fifth-warehouse-in-columbus-ohio/

Columbus Dispatch: http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/business/2015/03/23/smyth-auto-parts-opens-23rd-location-in-ohio.html

Tire Business http://www.tirebusiness.com/article/20150319/NEWS/150319910/smyth-auto-opens-ohio-warehouse

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Corporate Rock Star to Share Digital PR Secrets with Cincinnati AMA

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Contact:               Samantha Feck

The Eisen Agency

www.TheEisenAgency.com

Samantha@TheEisenAgency.com

859.291.4302

Twitter @ Eisen Hot News

Greater Cincinnati Marketing Leader to Address Local AMA Shared Interest Group

The Eisen Agency CEO Rodger Roeser to Discuss Digital PR

Cincinnati, OH – March 18, 2015 – The Eisen Agency CEO Rodger Roeser will present to the Cincinnati chapter of the American Marketing Association on Wednesday, April 8th as part of their Shared Interest Group (SIGs) series. SIGs are free to AMA members and runs from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the OfficeKey Conference Room in Rookwood Tower at 3805 Edwards Road. Those interested may register here: http://www.cincinnatiama.org/2015/04/digital-marketing-sig-april-8-2015/

Topic: What is “Digital PR” and How Do You Take Advantage of It for Your Business?
Facilitator: Rodger Roeser, CEO, The Eisen Agency

Public relations is the ongoing actions you take to best relate to a varied public, and encompasses many disciplines, strategies and tactics. But, in the digital age, understanding digital PR methods can not only save you time and money, it can greatly increase the engagements with your business, product or service with those varied publics with whom you wish to relate. Traditional PR strategies can easily be adapted to the digital space if you have some basic know how and the ability to problem solve, and this can be the difference between increasing leads and market share, to falling behind in your industry.

About the Speaker

Rodger Roeser, CEO of The Eisen Agency, works with businesses and organizations both locally and nationwide to help craft and share branded conversations and better relate with their varied publics – employees, shareholders, media professionals, buyers and consumers. Roeser is an award winning television, radio and print journalist, and is the owner and founder of one of Greater Cincinnati’s most awarded marketing and public relations firms.

About the AMA Shared Interest Groups

AMA members have rated the SIGs as one of the most effective and enjoyable ways to develop their professional marketing and networking skills. SIGs are robust, engaging small-group roundtables of 10 to 25+ attendees meeting in a relaxed setting.  While our SIGs often feature expert guest speakers, the emphasis is on an interactive group discussion and the sharing of both practical and emerging ideas.

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Family Owned Automotive Parts Provider Continues to Expand in Central Ohio

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COLUMBUS, OH—March 17, 2015— Smyth Automotive Parts Plus is excited to announce the opening of their fifth warehouse distribution center in Hillard. The warehouse, located in Franklin County, opened for business on March 2nd. The Hilliard location marks Smyth Automotive’s 23rd part locations in Ohio.

“The aftermarket industry in Columbus has welcomed us with open arms,” said Jim Smyth, CEO of Smyth Automotive. “We have a very strong presence in Cincinnati and plan to make the same impact in Columbus, and with the way our business is growing here, we will be opening more stores in no time.”

Smyth Automotive Parts Plus now operates four warehouses and one retail location in the Columbus area. Smyth serves the areas of Westerville, Newark, Reynoldsburg, Downtown and now Hilliard. Smyth also has 17 other retail and warehouse locations through Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

Smyth Automotive Parts Plus has a family owned and operated business since 1963. The operation has over 400 employees, 250 plus vehicles, and more than 100,000 square feet of warehouse inventory.

“I have been working for Smyth Automotive since November of 2014 and have enjoyed being a part of such a great and influential company,” said Cane Poston, Manager of Smyth’s Columbus warehouse. “The new warehouse will definitely create more opportunities for growth in the Central Ohio region.”

The Columbus warehouse is located on 4093 Leap Rd. Hillard, OH 43215. For additional information please contact the warehouse directly at (614) 771-0085.

About Smyth Automotive Parts Plus

Smyth Automotive is a privately held automotive aftermarket parts company and has grown and expanded into 23 parts stores with eight paint centers throughout the greater Cincinnati Tri-state area, Dayton, and Columbus.

Smyth carries a complete line of tools and equipment for the “do it yourselfer” and professional installer. Smyth Automotive is a proud member of Parts Plus. With the company’s strong emphasis on retail, Smyth Automotive has built the Parts Plus name throughout the region.

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Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of Greater Cincinnati Learn Life-Saving Technique

Boy Scouts Training

Cincinnati, OH-March 10, 2015- Heimlich Heroes trained Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of Greater Cincinnati on Tuesday, February 24, 2015. The training taught 32 children how to recognize the signs of choking, perform the Heimlich maneuver, and identify ways to prevent and minimize the risk of choking.

“The Heimlich Heroes program follows a principle that we encourage in instructing: tell, show, do,” says Richard Riccardi, Boy Scouts Master. “Heimlich Heroes did a great job of putting those three elements together which allowed the Boy Scouts to engage in a lot of different ways.”

Developed by experts at Cincinnati based Deaconess Associations, Inc. with support from the Heimlich Institute, the Heimlich Heroes program creates an easy, interactive, and engaging experience when teaching children how to save a life. Program designers explain that with Halloween approaching, it’s important for young people to learn the signs of choking, as well as the proper way to perform the Heimlich maneuver

“I would definitely recommend this training to other Scout leaders,” says Tina Worley, Girl Scout Troop Leader. “I thought the video, note-taking pamphlet, and the hands on learning experience were a perfect way for the life-saving technique to really connect with the girls.

About Heimlich Heroes Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Heimlich Heroes program is a Deaconess initiative that teaches kids as young as seven how to become a hero by learning to perform the Heimlich maneuver correctly in order to save a life. To learn more or find out how to bring Heimlich Heroes to your school or organization, please visit www.heimlichheroes.com

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Multi-Craft’s President, Debbie Simpson featured in Target Marketing Magazine

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Check out Multi-Craft’s President, featured article on Direct Mail in Target Marketing Magazine!

http://www.targetmarketingmag.com/article/stop-writing-direct-mail-s-obituary/1

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