Cincinnati-Based Creative Director to Speak at MOTR Pub on April 30

Cincinnati, Ohio, April 29, 2015—Sean Garza, vice president and creative director of The Eisen Agency, Greater Cincinnati’s most awarded marketing and public relations firm, will be leading a discussion at MOTR Pub on Thursday, April 30th at 5:30pm for “20 Minutes And A Beer” brought to you by AAF Cincinnati. The discussion will be on professional development for creatives.

“I have been in this industry for the past 20 years and I am excited to be able to share what I have learned during my time as a creative professional,” says Garza. “I am looking forward to connecting with other creative professionals at this event and collaborating on what we have picked up during our times in the industry. “

Garza’s topic will offer some hard learned tips and techniques that effect the way creatives can react to outside pressures. He will touch base on client relations, keeping a well-developed and even mind, and balancing personal and professional lives.

For more information and to register, please visit American Advertising Federation website at

About AAF Cincinnati

20 Minutes and a Beer is a program series put on by the American Advertising Federation of Cincinnati. Each series brings you information on a topic with an experienced speaker, while you are able to relax after work with a beer.

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society Board Member Awarded Fellowship to Help Find Better MS Therapies

Cincinnati, Ohio, April 28, 2015—Dr. Haley Titus-Mitchell, a board member of the National MS Society, has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship at Northwestern University with a grant amount of $161,218.

The fellowship will allow Dr. Haley Titus-Mitchell and her colleagues to conduct a two-step approach study to treating MS. The results from this study may suggest combination therapies that will optimize MS treatment.

“I am honored to be awarded this fellowship at Northwestern University,” Says Haley. “There are many people affected by MS and I hope this study will lead us in the right direction for better treatments.”

Haley Titus-Mitchell’s professional and personal life goal is to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis, as her mother has secondary progressive MS. As well as being a board member with the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National MS Society, she also serves on the scientific advisory board for the Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum.

About the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Ohio Valley Chapter

The Ohio Valley Chapter of the National MS Society, founded in 1952, serves more than 6,000 people with multiple sclerosis and their families in 24 counties in Ohio and three northern Kentucky counties. The organization is committed to ensuring that people living with MS have the information and quality care they need to live healthy, productive and independent lives. To meet these needs, a variety of programs and services that span a spectrum of needs are provided. To learn more about multiple sclerosis or the Ohio Valley Chapter, visit

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Eisen Founder to Rock with Suits That Rock! Tickets on Sale.

tickets for Suits That Rock are now on sale, benefiting the local Carnegie Education Department. to get tickets! Our president, Rodger Roeser, is playing bass and performing lead vocals, along with several other amazing musicians/local business leaders.

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Heimlich Heroes featured in Holmes County Shopper!

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Check out Heimlich Heroes feature in Holmes County Shopper!

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Heimlich Heroes Continues to Impact Communities

East Holmes County School Nurse shares Heimlich Heroes Benefits and Teachings                                                           

Millersburg, OH-April 7, 2015- East Holmes County School Nurse, Tami Bucklew has adopted the Heimlich Heroes program and used with more than 600 participants including elementary school students, parents, and bus drivers in Millersburg, OH. Millersburg is an Amish village in Holmes County, Ohio.

Bucklew saw an article about the Heimlich Heroes program and requested training for the students in Holmes County.  The first training took place in 2013 at Wise Elementary School, a school for Amish students. The rural community will complete over 10 trainings by May 2015.

“We have a large number of Amish families within our county that are not exposed to the media,” said Tami. “The Heimlich Heroes program allows our community to learn this important life-saving skill with accessible materials.”

 Heimlich Heroes is designed to instruct young people how to perform the Heimlich maneuver in case of a choking emergency. Developed by experts at Cincinnati based Deaconess Associations, Inc. with support from the Heimlich Institute, the Heimlich Heroes program is empowering young people to save lives across the country.

“I have received amazing feedback on the Heimlich Heroes training from both students and staff,” said Bucklew. “The students are even sharing the hands-on teaching techniques with their families and friends. The training builds confidence in the students and empowers them to see themselves as true heroes.”


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


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Dragonfly Foundation Sets Date for 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:


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


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 or

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Heimlich Heroes Featured in 2 Children and Family Magazines!


Heimlich Heroes featured in San Diego Family Magazine:

Heimlich Heroes featured in Today’s Family Magazine:,-67,895

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