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A Message from Larry Ceisler
Welcome to Ceisler Media’s November newsletter. The video above this note features my breakdown on the Democratic candidates’ quest for the presidency – including what the party must focus on to capture Pennsylvania.
This month we’re focused on elections – the ones just past and the bigger one next year. You'll see a written version of my take on all the Democratic candidates among our blogs.
Senior Associate Max Weismanexamines the changing face of Philadelphia City Council. Keegan Gibson, our Special Projects Manager in Pittsburgh, assesses how Pennsylvania is becoming more politically divided between east and west. And Larry Miller, our Special Projects Manager in Philadelphia, brings his well-trained skepticism while examining the results of the city’s recent election.
We’ve got client news and interesting updates on members of our team. Give it a read and let me know your thoughts.
Ceisler Media was proud to assist Solar United Neighborsin promoting their Butler Harvest Solar Tour in Butler County in early October. Through a combination of advance stories to promote attendance and event-day coverage, education about the benefits of solar energywas front and center. The tour received coverage in multiple regional outlets and generated a positive editorial from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, encouraging increased state incentives to drive solar energy adoption.
Uniontown's Walmartbecame the first in Pennsylvania to sell beer and winethis month, a move that will soon be followed by five other Walmarts. The event was highlighted by the appearance of a local winery owner, whose product will now be on sale at the world's largest retailer. Ceisler Media was proud to help in the effort, which earned widespread, positive coverage across Western Pennsylvania -- and even a celebratory tweet from Gov. Wolf.
Senior Consultant and proud "Pappy" Michael Ferkoand his wife, Sandy, welcomed new granddaughter Elliott Jean Ferko in November. Ellie came into the world at 19 inches long and seven-pounds, 10-ounces. Her proud parents are Mike and Christina Ferko, and her adoring eight-year-old brother, Owen, is already reading her stories.
Mary Gebbia, Administrative Associate, recently enjoyed a 10-day visit of London and Barcelona. Mary and friends indulged in the local cuisines and took in sights -- while registering 60 miles of walking.