Northern Ohio Hardscapes Supplier Hires The Eisen Agency

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Northern Ohio Hardscape Supplier Hires The Eisen Agency

Leading Ohio Based Marketing, Branding Firm to Direct Consumers Builders Supply Marketing


Cleveland, OH – March 5, 2018 – Hardscape supplier Consumers Builders Supply has tapped leading Ohio based marketing and branding firm The Eisen Agency to develop and direct marketing activities. With facilities in Lorain, Consumers Builders Supply provides contractors and homeowners everything they need to complete an interior or exterior hardscape project. According to Consumers Builders Supply executive Jillian Riddell, The Eisen Agency will be providing an entirely new marketing strategy to the family owned business that combines traditional and digital initiatives.


“When we contracted with The Eisen Agency, we saw immediately that they understood not only what needed to be done, but were mindful of our long and proud history,” Riddell said. “Most importantly, we are focused on serving homeowners, top contractors and homebuilders in our region, so marketing was typically last on our agenda. With The Eisen Agency, we know things are taken care of and we’ll be able to bring the value and beauty of hardscaping materials to even more Northern Ohio businesses and residents.”


The Eisen Agency CEO Rodger Roeser explained that his agency will be designing and implementing a comprehensive marketing program, including a refreshed brand and message that focuses on the core strengths of Consumers Builders Supply – their expertise, comprehensive product offering, and the fact that they have served Northern Ohio since 1904 as a family owned 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 our 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 Consumers Builders Supply


Founded in 1904 and serving homeowners, landscape architects, contractors and homebuilders throughout Northern Ohio from their facility in Lorain, Consumers Builders Supply offers comprehensive products and service support for hardscape materials, including concrete, masonry, stone and corresponding tools and accessories for hardscape repair, construction, and maintenance. More information can be accessed at


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



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How to Prevent (or what to do if you have) Frozen Pipes

Water Pipes Freezing and Bursting Due to

Extreme Cold and Wind Chill

Roto-Rooter Plumbers Provide Professional Tips and Service


For Immediate Release                             Media Contacts:     Paul Abrams:           513.762.6434

                                                                                                            Rodger Roeser:      440.934.1313



January 2, 2018 – Extreme cold temperatures are causing water pipes to freeze and burst across the country. In many cities, demand for plumbing repair and water cleanup services is outstripping capacity at Roto-Rooter, the nation’s largest provider of plumbing repair and drain cleaning services. However, Roto-Rooter plumbers and water cleanup technicians are working around the clock to help customers.


Be aware that when pipes freeze, pressure builds inside pipes causing them to crack – no matter if the pipe is made of plastic, copper or steel. Even a tiny crack can unleash more than 200 gallons of water in a single day. Often the damage doesn’t become obvious until pipes thaw.


Roto-Rooter offers the following tips for preventing frozen pipes, which can cause flooding resulting in expensive repairs. By taking a few simple preventive measures before pipes freeze, home and business owners can minimize their risk of a plumbing catastrophe.


  • Disconnect outside water hoses. If left connected, water in the hoses will freeze and expand causing outside faucets and connecting pipes inside your home to freeze and break. Cover outside faucets with Styrofoam faucet insulation kits found at home centers.


  • If outside faucets are dripping or leaking, make the necessary repairs or call a plumber before freezing temperatures arrive.


  • If your washing machine is in an unheated garage, turn off water supply lines leading to the washer and disconnect the hoses if temperatures have dropped below freezing.


  • Allow a trickle of hot and cold water to run overnight in sinks and bathtubs with water supply pipes that run along outside walls.


  • Open kitchen and bathroom cabinets beneath sinks (located along outside walls) to allow heat in the room to circulate around uninsulated pipes.


  • Add insulation wraps to water pipes in unheated areas, such as garages or crawl spaces. Apply heat tape or thermostat-controlled heat cables around water supply pipes that are exposed and prone to freezing, but be sure not to attach these devices to flammable materials.


  • Keep the furnace is turned on and set no lower than 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

What to do if your pipes have already frozen


  • Shut-off the water main leading into the structure and open faucets indoors. This will reduce pressure on the frozen pipes and minimize flooding if the pipes burst.


  • If the frozen pipe is exposed and visible, use a hair dryer or space heater to thaw the ice blockage. Do not use an open flame!


  • Examine exposed pipes for leaks. Even with the water main turned off, there will be enough pressure to reveal leaks once the pipe has thawed.


  • Contact a professional plumber equipped with pipe-thawing equipment to get your pipes flowing again, and if necessary, to make repairs to damaged pipes.


  • Even if no leaks are found, a plumber should examine pipes that experienced a hard freeze. Some pipes may need to be replaced if the material has experienced stretching and fatigue, putting the pipes at risk for future failure.


  • If you’ve experienced flooding or water damage, contact a certified water cleanup service provider to remove the water and deal with the damage left behind. a good source of information for all plumbing and water cleanup questions.


Roto-Rooter was established in 1935 and is the largest provider of plumbing and drain cleaning services in North America. Roto-Rooter operates plumbing and water cleanup businesses in more than 118 company-owned territories and more than 500 franchise territories, serving approximately 90 percent of the U.S. population and 41 percent of the Canadian population.



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Cincinnati Music Hall Open for Holiday Public Tours


Media Contact:
Ramona Toussaint
Program Director
Society for the Preservation of Music Hall
(513) 744-3293

Cincinnati Music Hall Open for Holiday Public Tours
Society for the Preservation of Music Hall to offer guided tours of the newly renovated Music Hall

CINCINNATI—December 22, 2017—Still looking for that perfect local landmark to share with your family this holiday season? Cincinnati Music Hall will remain open next week for public tours, led by the nonprofit Society for the Preservation of Music Hall (SPMH).

Indoor tours of Music Hall take visitors through public and private spaces of the building, while expert tour guides describe Music Hall’s unique role in Cincinnati’s history and share stories reflecting the spirit of our past and present. This time of year, visitors will have the chance to experience added splendor with the addition of holiday décor inspired by The Nutcracker, presented by Frisch’s.

“The mission of SPMH is to remember and acknowledge Music Hall as a cornerstone of Cincinnati history. It is the home of several brilliant art companies, but also a historic icon in and of itself,” says Ramona Toussaint, Program Director for SPMH. “Nothing brings us greater joy than to open the doors of this legendary building and share her secrets with our Cincinnati neighbors.”

Holiday tour dates:
Friday, December 11 – 11:00am

Saturday, December 12 – 10:00am; noon

Wednesday, December 27 – 1:00pm

Friday, December 29 – 11:00am

Saturday, December 30 – 10:00am; noon

Tours at Music Hall run 60-90 minutes. Tickets are $15 per person, with discounts available for groups of five or more. Tickets can be purchased by phone at (513) 621-2787, online at, or in person at both the Music Hall and Aronoff Center box offices. As an extra bonus, tour participants can enjoy a hearty meal at Revolution Rotisserie and receive a 10% discount with proof of tour purchase. Discounts are also available for OTR Chamber, SPMH and CAA members.

About Society for the Preservation of Music Hall
SPMH’s mission is to preserve, improve, promote and provide education about Cincinnati Music Hall, a National Historic Landmark. SPMH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For more information, visit

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Flamingo Air Appointed as Official Flight Training Center

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Media Contact: Rodger Roeser, The Eisen Agency


Twitter @ EisenHotNews


Cincinnati Based Flamingo Air Appointed as Official Flight Training Center for American Airlines

Cincinnati, OH – December 18, 2017 – Cincinnati based aviation education leader Flamingo Air has been selected as a training center for American Airlines. Citing the critical pilot shortage within the aviation industry, American Airlines has established a cadet program to ease the personnel shortage within the industry.

PSA, a subsidiary of American Airlines is the first step of the program and offers immense opportunities for new-hire pilots, according to Flamingo Air president Sharon McGee. In addition to an enhanced compensation package of up to $60,000 for entry level positions, being part of American Airlines gives advancement opportunities and benefits. Additionally, American Airlines offers a $20,000 bonus after the first year, a $21,000 signing bonus for qualified pilots, a $5,000 referral bonus, a $3,000.00 commuter allowance, flow through to American Airlines within 6 years, medical benefits, flight benefits, profit sharing and training expense reimbursement.

McGee explains that there are eight steps to the program. 1) Complete your Private Pilot Certificate; 2) Interview and become a Cadet; 3) Final Interview and become a Senior Cadet; 4) Complete CFI & become a Cadet Instructor; 5) Begin tuition reimbursement; 6) Complete ATP/CTP course taught & paid for by PSA; 7) Hired as a PSA First Officer; and 8) Flow to American Airlines.

“Flamingo Air is proud to have been selected as a sanctioned training facility for PSA/American Airlines,” McGee says. “It is a prestigious honor and a highly visible recognition. It will bring folks from all over to world to Greater Cincinnati to train, and that means jobs not only here but across the country and around the world.”

Contact information:

Sharon McGee

Academy President



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Trumpf Comes to Lorain County Metal Fab Shop

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The Eisen Agency




Lorain County Metal Fabrication Shop Adds State of the Art Laser Cutter

Kuhn Fabricating Puts Trump 2030 Fiber Laser to Work for Northeast Ohio


Lorain, OH – December 8, 2017 – Leading Lorain County based metal fabrication shop Kuhn Fabricating has made a major capital addition to its stable of equipment, adding a Trumpf 2030 Fiber Laser Cutter to the 28th Street facility. The state-of-the-art laser cutter replaces their previous Trump laser and offers some significant updates and upgrades.


According to Kuhn Fabricating president Lewie Kuhn, the new laser increases the accuracy and intricacy of the cuts, allowing clients to be even more creative in their requests. It is able to cut up to one inch steel plate, 3/4” stainless and aluminum, and 5/16” copper, Lewie explained. “And, much like our amazing employees, this machine is incredibly reliable,” Kuhn says.


Kuhn added that the machine allows the fabrication to turn work around faster, which will increase overall shop productivity. “It really is an investment not only in our business, but in our clients who expect nothing but the best coming from our shop,” Kuhn says. “It’s great for Lorain County and Northeast Ohio businesses and residents who want something truly unique designed, developed and laser cut right here at our facility. As we like to say, if you can dream it, we can make it.”


About Kuhn Fabricating


Serving Northeast Ohio residents and businesses for more than 40 years, Kuhn Fabricating provides laser cutting, structural design, and welding of all types of metal from their shop on 28th Street in Lorain. More information can be accessed at

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Flamingo Air Offers Avionics Electronics Certificate

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Flamingo Air’s Airline Ground School Offering Certification

Cincinnati Based Airline Training School Offers NCATT Accredited Aircraft Electrician Certification


Cincinnati, OH – December 7, 2017 – Responding to continual reports from the airline industry, Cincinnati-based Airline Ground Schools will now offer an Aircraft Electrician Certificate. This course is fully accredited by the (National Center for Aerospace Technology and Training (NCATT) and American Standards Training and Materials (ASTM).


Flamingo Air president David MacDonald calls the course the “perfect introduction to becoming a full avionics technician.”


It covers such things a basic wiring, harness building, avionics removal and installation and will result in a technician being fully qualified to carry out the basic duties of an aviation electronics worker. “As with just about every aspect of the aviation world trained avionics technicians are is short supply,” MacDonald said. “This course provides the basic skills necessary to function in the world of electronics. And, it is not just avionics. This course can prepare a student for entry level acceptance into the electronic field of everything from elevators to HVAC to aircraft and everything using electronic control systems.” To register, simply call 513-321-PINK or log on to


About Flamingo Air’s Airline Ground School


Based in Cincinnati at historic Lunken Airport, Flamingo Air’s Airline Ground School is the world’s largest Aircraft Dispatch Certification school. They also offer courses in Avionics, Ground Services and Drone Maintenance & Repair. More information can be accessed at

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Roose & Ressler Attorney Presents in Washington, DC

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Media Contact: Rodger Roeser

The Eisen Agency




Social Security Disability Attorney Speaks at National Conference

Roose & Ressler Lawyer Mary T. Meadows Presents in Washington, D.C.


Toledo, OH – December 4, 2017 – Social Security disability attorney Mary T. Meadows, manager of Roose & Ressler’s Toledo office, presented during the semi-annual National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives (NOSSCR) conference in Washington, D.C. The presentation addressed the practice and ethical issues for attorneys that have emerged from the recent changes in the regulations government the submission of evidence in Social Security and SSI disability cases.


The most recent change requires that claimants and their representatives inform or submit evidence to Social Security that relates to a claim of disability no later than five days before a hearing. Meadows says that while this may seem like a reasonable request on its surface, there are several problems.


“It’s not always clear what relates to a claim of disability,” Meadows says. “And, a claimant may have difficulty remembering to advise their attorney of medical treatment.  In addition, there are often delays in obtaining copies of medical records.”


Meadows advises claimants to keep a medical diary and to keep an attorney advised of treatment. “We work to make sure our practice standards allow us to present a complete record to the judge by the time of the hearing,” Meadows adds. “We ask clients at every appointment whether there has been any recent treatment visits or any new sources of treatment. And we notify Social Security of treatment at regular intervals long before a hearing is scheduled.”


While in the nation’s capital, Meadows also presented at a Maryland Legal Aid training for its staff an attorneys regarding these practice and ethical issues, as well as an overview of recent regulatory changes. “There have been more regulatory changes in the past year than I believe I have seen over the past 20 years,” Meadows says.


“It is important that we, as attorneys, stay current on all of these changes in the regulatory environment.” Meadows said. “We use this knowledge to the benefit of our clientele, and being a regular presenter across the country and across Toledo allows me the opportunity to share this expertise with our colleagues.”


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

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