Eisen Names Winners of 2009 Operation Outreach Grant

For Immediate Release

Eisen Names Winners of 2009 Operation Outreach Grant
Greater Cincinnati PR Firm Selects Deserving Non Profit Finalists for Pro Bono Work

Cincinnati, OH – June 1, 2009 – Continuing the agency tradition of giving back to their business community through assisting worthwhile non profit organizations, leading and award winning public relations firm Eisen Marketing Group opened its doors to groups in need of pro bono public relations, branding, graphic design, website and advertising services. Dubbed “Operation: Outreach” the agency has chosen seven winners of the grants from nearly 1,000 submissions received from across the United States.

The winners are: The Over the Rhine Foundation, Kindervelt, The Ohio River Valley Women’s Business Council/Urban League, The Amputee Coalition of America, The Center for Rural Development, Split Rock Conservation Park, and the Westwood Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation.

“We sincerely thank everyone who took the time to apply, and we genuinely wish we could provide pro bono services to every organization that asks,” Roeser says. “We are blessed to be in a position that allows us to commit a meaningful amount of service to assist those with a level of professional expertise they may otherwise not have the opportunity to afford. We are fortunate to have the ability to do our part to make a positive difference.”

About EMG

Eisen Marketing Group is the largest public relations firm in Greater Cincinnati, and works with clientele in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, restaurant, retail, government, commercial and professional services sectors. The award winning PR firm offers both traditional and non traditional public relations services, including podcast development, viral, experiential and promotions. Privately owned, EMG has a proud record of community relations including its Operation Outreach Program and the EMG Scholarship Fund. More information can be accessed at http://www.BestCincinnatiPRFirm.com.


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