Cincinnati Public Relations Firm Commemorates National Canned Food Month

The Eisen Agency's canned food drive benefits Brighton Center

Cincinnati, OH — March 14, 2011 — Cincinnati-based public relations and investor relations firm The Eisen Agency celebrated National Canned Food Month this February by collecting canned goods and nonperishable foods. The Eisen Agency relied on its own staff and client donations to support Brighton Center, a Newport nonprofit dedicated to assisting individuals with taking responsibility for their families’ needs.

“We could not have succeeded without our clients’ support,” said The Eisen Agency president Rodger Roeser. “It’s been invigorating to rally together behind a project that makes such a tremendous impact locally.”

The goods will contribute to Brighton Center’s mission of providing those in need with the best quality of life possible.

For more information about The Eisen Agency and its philanthropic efforts, visit http://www.TheEisenAgency.com.

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About The Eisen Agency

The Eisen Agency is the largest, fully integrated investor and public relations firm in Greater Cincinnati, and works with organizations to assist them in their growth initiatives. One of the nation’s foremost innovators in public relations and social media, The Eisen Agency develops, implements and manages the growth and reputation of brands in the retail, restaurant, automotive, consumer packaged goods, entertainment, financial, real estate, healthcare, construction, industrial, professional services, and government sectors. More information can be accessed at http://www.TheEisenAgency.com or by calling 859.291.4302.

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