ALLSTON, MA, August 13, 2010 (Press-News.org) Allston-based strategic marketing and public relations firm, Aigner/Prensky Marketing Group, has added several new clients in the past few months. These include Scotties Re-Leaf USA, Caritas Communities, Camp Cedar, Urban AdvenTours, Hair Cuttery, and Hingham Shipyard.
Hair Cuttery is the largest privately owned hair salon chain in the country. Aigner/Prensky has been charged with overseeing its public relations efforts in New England, including the announcement of more than a dozen new salons in the next year.
Hingham Shipyard, the area's newest waterfront multi-use development, brought Aigner/Prensky on to create and oversee its grand opening events and execute all public relations surrounding the opening.
For Urban AdvenTours, which specializes in bike rentals and guided tours around the city of Boston, A/P handles all its public relations both locally and nationally.
Caritas Communities, a non-profit organization that offers affordable housing to the "working poor" has brought A/P on to generate visibility for the organization's efforts.
A/P will oversee the public relations surrounding the Scotties "Re-Leaf" USA efforts in the following cities: Worcester, MA, Charlotte, NC, and Miami, FL. This campaign helps to spread awareness of Scotties efforts to reforest in these cities.
Camp Cedar, an all-boys camp in Southern Maine has worked with A/P on the creation of its collateral and digital materials.
For more information contact Aigner/Prensky Marketing at 617-254-9500.
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