Reingold Awarded Administration on Aging Communications Contract
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Reingold is pleased to announce it has been awarded a contract valued at more than $200,000, along with HUBZone subcontractor DJA & Associates, to provide an array of communications services to the Office of Communications and Public Liaison at the U.S. Administration on Aging (AoA). Reingold will produce and disseminate compelling communications that raise public awareness of issues affecting older Americans -- and drive public action to respond to those issues in powerful ways. "We are thrilled to continue our work with AoA to help the agency achieve its mission and goals," said Janet Reingold, Reingold's founder and president. "As the baby boomer generation ages and life expectancy continues to increase, the ranks of the elderly are reaching unprecedented numbers. At the same time, the national debate over health care reform is bringing issues of aging -- from community living to end-of-life planning -- to the fore. Reingold will work with AoA to use this intensified focus on aging to foster new awareness and understanding of the organization's knowledge, partnerships, and strategies to improve the lives of older Americans." The contract will include communications strategy, online outreach, video production, stakeholder outreach, materials development, and managing special events. About Reingold Reingold is a full-service communications firm located in Washington, D.C. Since 1985, Reingold has provided federal and local agencies, schools and universities, associations, corporations, and nonprofit organizations with strategic planning, website development, social media, marketing, advertising, publications, public relations, graphic design, and audio/video production services. For more information about Reingold, visit www.reingold.com. SOURCE Reingold Susan Thomas of Reingold, +1-202-333-0400, email@example.com
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