Northern Ohio Law Firm Taps The Eisen Agency for Marketing Strategy, Branding, PR and Online

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Northern Ohio Social Security Disability Law Firm Hires The Eisen Agency

Leading Ohio Based Marketing, Branding Firm to Direct Roose & Ressler Communications

 

Lorain, OH – October 17, 2017 – Social Security Disability law firm Roose & Ressler has tapped leading Ohio based marketing and branding firm The Eisen Agency to develop and direct marketing activities. With offices in Lorain, Toledo, Wooster and Mansfield, Roose & Ressler works with clients to assist them with their Social Security Disability claims. Law firm principle Jon Ressler said it was important that he hired a professional marketing firm that understood the complexities of law firm marketing, while maintaining a solid communications strategy that remains true to the personality of the firm.

 

“When we contracted with The Eisen Agency, we saw immediately that they understood not only what needed to be done, but were also sensitive to our long and proud history,” Ressler said. “Most importantly, we are focused on serving the disabled people of our community that need help with their benefits claims, so marketing was always last on our agenda. With The Eisen Agency, we know things are taken care of and we’ll be able to serve more deserving Northern Ohioans.”

 

The Eisen Agency CEO Rodger Roeser explained that his agency will be doing a general refresh of existing marketing materials, including a refreshed brand and message that focuses on the core strengths of Roose & Ressler – their personal attention, and the fact that they are a local community based business.

 

“We’ll have an entirely new online experience for their clients and we’ll also make them easier to find and engage with, through programs in social media, community relations, and direct local reach outs to influencers in each of the four communities,” Roeser said. “It’s gratifying to work with such a grounded organization that is so focused on the needs and goodwill of their clients. They are an amazing organization with top notch leadership, and we look forward to spreading the word about them.”

 

About Roose & Ressler

 

Founded in 1982 and serving claimants throughout Northern Ohio from their offices in Lorain, Toledo, Wooster and Mansfield, Roose & Ressler is a social security disability law firm. The attorneys work with Northern Ohioans who need assistance with a social security disability claim or those who have been denied their claim. More information can be accessed at www.RooseLaw.com.

 

About The Eisen Agency

 

Founded in 2001 by owner and president Rodger Roeser, The Eisen Agency serves clients across the country from their offices in Greater Cleveland and Greater Cincinnati. The multiple award winning marketing, branding and public relations firm specializes in providing strategic marketing planning and tactical marketing support services to businesses in the professional services, manufacturing and retail industries. More information can be accessed at www.TheEisenAgency.com.

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Flamingo Air to Offer Scholarship for Women

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Flamingo Air Partners with Women in Aviation International and the Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance to Offer Two Aviation Related Scholarships

CINCINNATI, OH — September 28, 2017 — Lunken Airport based Flamingo Air today announces that the aviation training organization will join fellow aviation leaders such as Delta, Pratt & Whitney, and FedEx to offer an exclusive scholarship to members of the Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM).

This scholarship will cover tuition and fees for Flamingo Air’s Avionics Electronic Technician program in the amount of $6,000. This program teaches students how to repair and maintain electronic systems such as radio communications, aircraft navigation systems, weather radar, engine controls, and any other instruments involved in the operation of an aircraft. This scholarship is the second scholarship to be offered to AWAM since Flamingo Air created the Avionic Electron Technician program two years ago.

Additionally, Flamingo Air will be awarding an Aircraft Dispatcher Certification course scholarship at the WAI Convention in Reno.  The $3,000 scholarship is given to a member of WAI to enable them to achieve their FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate.  Flamingo Air has awarded over $50,000 in scholarships to WAI for dispatcher certification and is happy to expand their involvement in promoting opportunities in aviation careers through the AWAM Avionics scholarship.

Those interested in the scholarship must be AWAM members, and can join the organization and apply for the award at www.awam.org/scholarships. The deadline for application is November 21, 2017 and winners will be announced on March 24, 2018 at the AWAM Scholarship Breakfast during the 2018 International Women in Aviation (WAI) conference in Reno, Nevada.

About Flamingo Air

Since 1991, Flamingo Air has been taking future professional and hobbyist pilots on their next adventure. Located at Cincinnati’s historic Lunken Airport, Flamingo Air is home to Sightseeing Tours, Flight School, the world-class Airline Ground Schools and Worker Bee Drone Training. Visit www.flamingoair.net. Call 513-321-7465.

About AWAM

AWAM formed for the purpose of championing women’s professional growth in the aviation maintenance field by providing information sharing, networking, education, fostering a sense of community, and increasing public awareness of women in the industry. AWAM also assists students with career counseling and mentoring support. AWAM is a nonprofit organization and an industry leader in supporting diversity. For additional information Visit www.awam.org/scholarships.

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Decker Announced As Deaconess Foundation Development Director

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Cincinnati-Based Deaconess Foundation names Diane Decker as Director of Development

CINCINNATI, OH —September 5, 2017—The Deaconess Foundation, a nonprofit organization that addresses critical community health needs by investing in neighborhood-based care and services, has named Diane Decker Director of Development. Diane brings over 15 years of experience in nonprofit development, strategic planning and community relations to the Foundation. She will be based at the organization’s corporate office in Clifton, where her primary focus will be to expand the work of Deaconess Foundation on behalf of at-risk members of the Greater Cincinnati community.

Prior to joining Deaconess, Diane served as Director of Development/Gift Officer for Episcopal Retirement Services.  Her background also includes fundraising and strategic planning with Tender Mercies and UC’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.  Diane holds an MBA in Management from Miami University.

 

About Deaconess

The Deaconess legacy is one of compassionate care in the Christian tradition that has enhanced Greater Cincinnatians health and well-being through hospital and specialty healthcare services since 1888. Today, Deaconess is a diversified, not-for-profit enterprise managing a $500 million portfolio of health services, programs, investments and community grant initiatives in Greater Cincinnati and across the country. Deaconess continues to build upon this legacy by providing, supporting, and investing in health services and by fulfilling philanthropic grant-making initiatives to deserving organizations that fulfill our vision – to inspire continuity of care, refine efficiency and reduce costs in part by delivering care in community settings. More information can be accessed online at www.Deaconess-Healthcare.com.

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Cincinnati Based Heimlich Heroes Launches Training Program for Adults, Teens

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Heimlich Heroes Launches Training Program for Teens and Adults

Cincinnati, OH – August 1, 2017- Heimlich Heroes™, a Cincinnati-based nonprofit, trains people how to recognize and respond to a choking emergency. The organization’s new program for teens and adults will be available on August 1, 2017.

Previously, Heimlich Heroes focused on training kids ages 7-14; training more than 80,000 kids since 2013. The teen and adult program will be an addition to the established program for children.

“Our kids program is making a big impact on kids, schools, and families,” said program manager Terri Huntington. “It is time to expand our training program to teens and adults, so that we may have an even greater impact.”

The organization supplies step-by-step instructions for before, during and after the training, a training DVD, and note-taking tools to accompany the video. Heimlich Heroes has additional training materials available in their store, including specially engineered 42” training dolls for hands-on practice.

“The teen and adult program will function very similarly to our kids program,” said Huntington. “Our training video and note-taking tool have been modified for a more mature audience, but still cover the same life-saving information.”

Schools, companies, restaurants, or any organization wishing to train people in the Heimlich Maneuver® can use Heimlich Heroes for Teen and Adults.

“Our mission is to end preventable choking deaths by training as many people as we can,” said Huntington. “The training program for teens and adults is a step toward fulfilling our mission.”

You can learn more about available training programs and register your group at www.heimlichheroes.com.

About Heimlich Heroes:

Heimlich Heroes, a Deaconess Initiative people how to recognize, respond to, and prevent a choking emergency. This program teaches a life-saving technique and empowers people to view themselves as potential heroes. To learn more about the program or to register your school or organization, visit http://www.heimlichheroes.com.

Media Contact:           Rodger Roeser, The Eisen Agency

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Eisen CEO Elected to AMA NEO Board of Directors

Eisen CEO Elected to Northeast Ohio Marketing Association 2017-2018 Board of Directors

Eisen’s Rodger Roeser To Head Up Sponsorships and PR as Board VP

 

Cleveland, OH – July 5, 2017 – The American Marketing Association, Northeast Ohio chapter (AMA NEO) today announces its Board of Directors for the 2017 – 2018 season, and Kent State alum and Sheffield Village resident Rodger Roeser assumes the role of VP of Sponsorships & PR. Roeser, who heads up integrated marketing communications firm The Eisen Agency, is part of the nearly 250 member strong marketing professionals group that provides unsurpassed professional development and networking opportunities with leaders in the northeast Ohio marketing community.

 

“I’m here to not only help spread the word about the wonderful people and programs of AMA NEO, but also to engage other businesses that want to reach marketing professionals,” says Roeser. “It is an honor and privilege to be part of such a vibrant and exciting organization. It not only has helped me in my current professional role, but also helped in connecting with so many of this region’s business and marketing leaders.”

 

The American Marketing Association is the most relevant force and voice shaping marketing around the world. The professional development organization fosters a community for marketers and academics designed to inspire curiosity, debate and connection, and provides the tools, education and training needed to be more successful. Professional development and networking events highlight the upcoming year, and current and future marketing leaders can join or register at www.AMANEO.org.

 

Members of the AMA NEO are able to tap into resources that help marketing professionals address day-to-day challenges and remain at the forefront of marketing thinking and practices, while providing industry-leading resources that strengthen marketing and management skills.

 

About AMA NEO

 

Founded in 2016 as the merged Cleveland and Akron/Canton AMA Chapters, AMA NEO provides professional development and networking opportunities that serve to assist the growth and success of the Northeast Ohio marketing community. More information can be accessed at www.AMANEO.org.

 

 

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We’re Hiring! Account Coordinator

The Eisen Agency, a full service public relations and marketing firm, is seeking a part time public relations account coordinator to assist with the public relations, social media, and marketing needs of the agency’s diverse client base. The position will involve such tasks as writing and distributing press announces and media alerts, crafting and positioning pitches to the media to secure interview opportunities, coordination of interviews with clients and media outlets, social media management, and long form article writing. The successful candidate has a degree in public relations, marketing or journalism and is familiar with media relations cloudware. The position is ideal for a public relations executive that would rather not labor in an office for 40 hours/week, or an entry level professional looking to break in to the industry at a leading agency. 20 hours a week to start, excellent pay/benefits, along with flexhours/flextime and generous bonus structure. Apply by sending resume to Info@TheEisenAgency.com.

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Cleveland Food Tour: Medina’s Corkscrew Saloon

If you haven’t gone to Medina to spend a day walking around this quaint city, you’re missing out. What an absolute gem we have right in our backyard. I could go on an on about the nifty things to see but of course, this is the food tour and you could probably do an entire series just on Medina restaurants — which we just may do that! As you drive into Medina from route 57, you’ll notice a grand Victorian mansion that is now home to the Corkscrew Saloon. The home was built in the 1850s and was the Durham Mansion, where he made his fortune manufacturing time pieces. The space is just jaw dropping as this home was converted into a restaurant some time ago and apparently has been home to several over the years — the latest incarnation being the Corkscrew. Not sure why it’s called that, I didn’t gather that it was a “wine” place although it did have a nice selection. The bar area was small but well equipped and stocked with the usual suspects. The menu (we did lunch) was clever and had a number of interesting options of entrees and appetizers, and there are many selections that would please the most discerning of palate down to some grub for the kiddos — although I would suggest leaving the little darlings at home for this place. It’s elegant, and pricey but worth every cent.

We opted to start off with a pair of appetizers — fried calamari and scallops Rockefeller. The main entree was ahi tuna, with asparagus and fried rich. The calamari (much like the memorable calamari at Whistler’s) was fresh, vibrant and fantastic. Beautifully breaded and fried, it was not greasy or rubbery, but rather fresh and firm, with a fantastic coating. The sauce, however, was to die for. I don’t know exactly what it was, but on the calamari, it was utter perfection. The scallops were also amazing. Beautifully presented on the shell, they cooked perfectly and were loaded with flavor. The entree was a lesson in how to prepare ahi tuna. The pepper coating was seared in, leaving the center raw and giving a taste sensation that was out of this world. It was meaty, juicy and melted in your mouth. The black bean and corn salsa topping paired beautifully with the tuna and what can you say about the big asparagus, also seared to perfection with the right amount of snap.

Highly recommended, this is a great stop for lunch or dinner. The patio is beautiful as well, and features a large pond and waterfall, so a great stop for a cocktail after work or that special dinner. Five out of five stars, this is worth the trip!

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