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WordWrite Communications earns top spots in national PR agency rankings

Posted by Christy Goodman

Firm is tops in Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania across multiple categories

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Topics: public relations, thought leadership

PRSA Pittsburgh Names Rachel Borowski Sponsorship Chair

Posted by Paul Furiga

The Pittsburgh chapter of Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) has named Rachel Borowski sponsorship chair for 2015. 

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Topics: WordWrite Communications, public relations

WordWrite names Christy Goodman inbound marketing specialist

Posted by Paul Furiga

New role recognizes growing importance of inbound marketing to agency, clients

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Topics: inbound marketing, WordWrite Communications

WordWrite Communications Hires New PR Intern

Posted by Paul Furiga

WordWrite Communications, a strategic communications consulting firm, has selected Jessica Klimczyk, a senior at the University of Pittsburgh, as an intern for the spring semester.

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WordWrite Communications Helps TruFoodMfg Tell Their Story

Posted by Paul Furiga

WordWrite Communications assisted TruFoodMfg in telling their success story, leading to the receiving of the prestigious Manufacturer of the Year award from the Pittsburgh Business Times.

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WordWrite Communications Sponsors 2014 Smart Business’ Smart 50 Awards Ceremony

Posted by Paul Furiga

WordWrite Communications, one of Pittsburgh’s fastest growing public relations firms, was proud to sponsor Smart Business Magazine’s first annual Smart 50 Awards Ceremony in Pittsburgh on November 19.

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WordWrite Communications Supports the Honoring of Robert Fragasso as “Man of the Year”

Posted by Jeremy Church

WordWrite Communications, one of Pittsburgh’s fastest growing public relations firms, appreciated the opportunity to help recognize client Robert Fragasso, founder and CEO of Fragasso Financial Advisors, at the Rivers Casino on Monday, October 27th.

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WordWrite Communications Leads Marketing Effort for Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Posted by Hollie Geitner

WordWrite Communications, whose founder and president, Paul Furiga, has a personal connection to Alzheimer’s, lead the marketing efforts for the Pennsylvania Chapter of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Pittsburgh this past fall. With a marketing committee that consisted of local business leaders, students and volunteers, WordWrite helped develop a story idea about California University students in the gerontology program and their participation in the Walk. The idea was pitched to local reporters and resulted in a story in the Tribune-Review.

Several local media outlets covered the event in October and we’re proud to share that the Pittsburgh Walk exceeded all fundraising goals—achieving more than $400,000 that will go towards Alzheimer’s care, support and research.

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WordWrite Communications Earns IABC ‘Golden Triangle’ Award, Communication Management

Posted by Paul Furiga

WordWrite Communications was honored with an Award of Honor at the International Association of Business Communicators’ (IABC) 35th Annual Golden Triangle Awards.

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WordWrite Communications’ Vice President Appointed to Mt. Lebanon Community Endowment Board of Directors

Posted by Paul Furiga

Jeremy Church, vice president of media and content strategies at WordWrite Communications, was recently appointed to the Mt. Lebanon Community Endowment Board of Directors. The Mt. Lebanon Community Endowment Program is a charitable organization that works to build, promote and manage a permanent fund to sustain and enhance the quality of life in Mt. Lebanon.

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