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Introducing the Ceisler Media Newsletter
As we enter our 24th year, the team at Ceisler Media & Issue Advocacy is proud – of the work we do, the clients we represent and the direction we’re headed.
Our growing staff in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Harrisburg comprises skillful, well-connected veterans and a gritty group of creative young thinkers. They’re doing terrific work with Fortune 50 companies, as well as coalitions, small businesses, government agencies and nonprofits.
We want to share some of what we’re up to, which includes our own rebranding and a sharp new website.
So we’re launching a monthly newsletter to keep you apprised of what sets us apart from other agencies. Please give it a read, look for it in your inbox and feel free to forward it to a friend. Also, be sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Have a terrific holiday season.
Principal, Ceisler Media & Issue Advocacy
We Have a Brand New Look - Here's How We Did It
If you are a friend of Ceisler Media, you may have noticed our sleek new logo and website design. We help our clients build their reputations and maintain their images, but rebranding ourselves was different. In our latest blog post, we're revealing the process behind our new look.
Helping Walmart spread Thanksgiving joy in Pennsylvania
Here at Ceisler Media & Issue Advocacy, we’re proud to help Walmart by giving out the turkeys and getting the message out to the media. We love getting to be a part of such a great cause and helping Walmart give during the holiday season.
Local officials take their involvement in the annual turkey drives seriously. In Philadelphia, City Council members attended for the 12th year in a row. In Pittsburgh, the Allegheny County Sheriff's Office escorted the volunteers to the turkey drives in a police motorcade.
Inspiring girls to become engineers
Our Pittsburgh team was thrilled to help our client, XTO Energy, bring “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” to Belmont County, OH for the first time. The girls spent the day learning from XTO's female engineers and designing their own rollercoaster.