Lexington @HeraldLeader aka Kentucky.com on Trent Village by @ERSCincy ~ reporter Beth Musgrave @HLCityHall ~ print version

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , on 06/04/2017 by @CincinnatiPR


#army #navy #airforce #marines #coastguard #respect 88th Annual @BellevueNKY @Dayton_Ky Memorial Day Parade 2017: DUDES IN FEZ HATS AT TOP SPEED

Posted in your moment of zen on 05/31/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

MEDIA ALERT: 100+ Drivers Wanted – $500 Signing Bonus – Job Fair this Friday 5.26.17 courtesy of Queen City Transportation 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., to be held during Annual Employee Appreciation Day and Cookout at Allen Temple AME Church, Reading and Seymour in Bond Hill

Posted in Queen City Transportation (QCT) of Cincinnati with tags , , , , , , , , on 05/25/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

POP QUIZ: when does the $500 signing bonus kick in?

ANSWER: $250 on 1st check, $250 at six months.

QCT EMPLOYEES: $500 bonus for driver referrals.


Queen City Transportation Hiring 100 Bus Drivers - Job Fair This Friday May 26 2017 at Allen Temple AME Church in Bond Hill

Queen City Transportation Employee Appreciation Day Cookout

at Allen Temple AME Church, 7030 Reading Road, Bond Hill

11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Friday May 26, 2017


DJ Terrie Shearer


If you are an active CDL employee with QCT and bring a friend to apply for a CDL driving job with Queen City Transportation, you and your friend may earn a $25.00 gift card. The first 20 employees and friend that applies for a CDL driving position will each earn a $25.00 gift card.

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pablo’s printers *5.13.17 perennial props j.s. marcus @wsj

Posted in Pablo Picasso with tags , , , , , , , , on 05/17/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

LEXINGTON MEDIA ALERT: Trent Village $9M Grand Re-Opening Affordable Living for Seniors – 10 a.m. Monday 5.1.17 – Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) welcomes Partners, Stakeholders, Colleagues, Friends – Ribbon-Cutting – Public Comments – Community Tours – Photo and Interview Opportunities

Posted in Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS) with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 04/29/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

Trent Village Affordable Senior Living from ERS Episcopal Retirement Services - foto ONE 

$9M Trent Village Grand Re-Opening Monday 5.1.17

DOWNLOAD: PDF Trent Village of Lexington $9M Grand Re-Opening Monday May 1 – Press Release from ERS

Affordable Living by ERS welcomes partners, stakeholders, colleagues and friends

Grand Re-Opening: Ribbon-Cutting, Community Tours, with a Blessing from Above.

Trent Village: 41 one-bedroom, 13 two-bedroom apartments in completely renovated buildings.

$9M in Construction, Redevelopment and New Infrastructure also delivers new Community Center.

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[LEXINGTON, Ky. ~ April 28, 2017] Monday, May 1, marks the beginning of a $9 million new chapter for an old friend, Trent Village on Trent Boulevard, now known as Trent Village Affordable Senior Living by ERS (Episcopal Retirement Services).

We welcome Trent Village as the newest member of the ERS family of Cincinnati,” says Laura Lamb, president and CEO of ERS (www.episcopalretirement.com).

Ms. Lamb will be joined by local, corporate, executive and management officials from Trent Village, ERS and a host of Trent Village stakeholders scheduled to speak at the 10 a.m. event: Kentucky Housing Corp., Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government, HOPE of Kentucky, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati and Cincinnati general contractor/developer The Model Group.

Megan Noll Photography

Laura Lamb, ERS

The Honorable Mayor Jim Gray (Lexington-Fayette) will lead the remarks. An invocation will be offered by Rev. Darren Elin, Spiritual Services Coordinator with Affordable Living by ERS.

Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the Rev. Canon Elise Johnstone of the Episcopal Diocese of Lexington will offer a blessing.

Trent Village offers 41 affordable one-bedroom and 13 two-bedroom apartments for qualifying residents who meet income and age requirements.

Nestled in a campus-style setting, the new Trent Village includes a new community center with apartments featuring universal design features, open kitchens and modern appliances.

The mission of Affordable Living by ERS: “We believe that our older generation deserves to live with dignity and comfort in a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment, no matter their financial situation,” said Mrs. Lamb.

That’s why we bring many services such as social service coordination, transportation and activities to many of our communities such as Trent Village.  It truly enriches the lives of the elders we serve.”


Mr. Bryan Reynolds

Integrated Marketing Director, ERS

(513) 979-2243 breynolds@erslife.org

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Trent Village Affordable Senior Living by Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS), Lexington

$9M Trent Village Affordable Senior Living Grand ReOpening Monday 5.1.17 in Lexington starring ERS Episcopal Retirement Services

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@BusinessCourier spotlight: OneTouchPoint

Posted in OneTouchPoint with tags , , , , , on 04/24/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

OneTouchPoint in The Cincinnati Business Courier PR and Press Release from Andy Hemmer PR

Press Release download as PDFMultiple Channels, Still Only OneTouchPoint – Press Release by Andy Hemmer for OTP East – 4.24.17
Cincinnati Business Courier story: http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2017/04/13/major-cincinnati-printing-company-makes-big-local.html

Press Release on Cincinnati.comhttp://local.cincinnati.com/share/story/248164

Multiple Channels, Still Only OneTouchPoint

Local Leadership Team from PrintManagement Reinstalled Following Acquisition, Augmenting Tri-State Hub of National Leader in Digital Printing

OneTouchPoint taps local execs, after buying their company, to lead new $25M division. 
New leadership team includes veteran sales VP, Cincinnati native Anthony Cerchio.
There’s only OneTouchPoint: old Berman Printing in Queensgate + PrintManagement.
Joe Desch left new Chief Revenue Officer at OneTouchPoint and Brian Frank right new President of OneTouchPoint East - PR and foto by Andy Hemmer PR

OTP East Chief Revenue Officer Joe Desch, left, with OTP East President Brian Frank. Desch and Frank sold their company, PrintManagement, to OneTouchPoint late last year; earlier this year, the pair were installed as the new C-Suite at OneTouchPoint East.

[CINCINNATI, Ohio ~ April 24, 2017OneTouchPoint, a Wisconsin giant in the national printing and marketing services industry, has assembled a $25 million stake on Queen City turf, serving Fortune 500s and providing marketing services solutions for corporate clients throughout the Tri-State and beyond.

Next up for OneTouchPoint (OTP) East, based in the former Berman Printing plant on Western Avenue: a new management team, President Brian Frank and Chief Revenue Officer Joe Desch, former owners of PrintManagement, a late 2016 local acquisition by OTP,

OTP East now generates estimated annual revenues of $25 million, which would rank OTP East as one of the largest printers in Cincinnati history, according to Book of Business Lists research published by The Cincinnati Business Courier. OTP is a $150 million company based in Hartland, Wisc.

In the storied saga of the Queen City’s spot on the national printing stage, OTP East (www.1touchpoint.com) now clearly soars above the fray. OTP East shares hubs in Austin, Denver and Tempe, and two other locations across Wisconsin, supported by a renowned private equity fund, ICV Partners of New York.


The new Frank/Desch leadership team has been augmented by a new sales vice president, industry veteran and Cincinnati native Anthony Cerchio. OTP will be looking to add jobs as the business grows, says Frank; OTP East now services regional clients in Dayton, Columbus, Lexington, Louisville and southeast Indiana.

Its future: creation of the perfect hybrid at OTP, spanning digital and traditional print industry needs, products and services, to best serve both the aforementioned Fortune 500 and clients in verticals ranging from manufacturing and health care to retail, consumer goods and insurance.

The ultimate goal is to strengthen OneTouchPoint’s position as a national leader in digital printing and marketing services “that’s not just the biggest, but the best,” Frank says.

We are meeting the demands of a fast-moving market. It’s our job not just to keep up with our customers, but to show them the way. There are no longer distinctions between large-format printing, digital printing, and the traditional printing press. We offer it all as part of a daily platform,” says Frank.

At PrintManagement, we were a data-driven printer that took advantage of technology, weaving it through our customers and their business, to either lower their costs or raise their ROI,” says Desch. “Now at OTP East, we bring that breadth of service to a longtime printer, and their customers. That’s the true benefit of the marriage between OneTouchPoint and PrintManagement.”

Considering our expertise in data, direct mail, and how we put programs and solutions together for customers, all around we have a very solid technology platform to offer,” Frank adds.


Later this spring, OTP East will host an Open House/Ribbon-Cutting ceremony to introduce personnel and best practices and host tours of the new, commingled OneTouchPoint/PrintManagement. Clients, business partners, friends and the media are welcome to attend. More Open House details will be announced soon.

OneTouchPoint East press release - Multiple Channels, Still Only OneTouchPoint - PR by Andy Hemmer



ABOUT ONETOUCHPOINT: At OneTouchPoint, we make every touch point matter. We’re a single-source marketing services and technology-driven print provider helping businesses deliver 1:1 communication through print, digital, online and social channels. Utilizing UConnect, a proprietary marketing automation and fulfillment tool, OTP delivers solutions that improve operational efficiency and help companies grow revenue. With $150 million in sales and offices in five states, we help thousands of clients design and deliver communication across touch points. For more information, please visit www.1TouchPoint.com call (513) 421-1600 (Cincinnati) or (262) 369-6000 (Wisconsin). Mr. Frank can be reached at brian.frank@1touchpoint.com or (513) 421-1600; Mr. Desch can be reached at joe.desch@1touchpoint.com or (513) 421-1600.

ABOUT ICV PARTNERS: Founded in 1998 and owned by President and Managing Director Willie E. Woods, ICV Partners (ICV) was originally known as Inner City Ventures, formed to create a world-class, ethnic minority-owned private investment company. Based in New York City, ICV supports management leaders of strong companies at the lower end of the middle market; Principals have crafted a strong track record of helping companies with revenue between $25M-$250M improve performance over the long term and across a variety of industries. For more information, please visit www.icvpartners.com, send an e-mail to emailicv@icvpartners.com or call (212) 455-9600.

For media inquiries regarding OTP East, please contact Andy Hemmer at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.


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Posted in Cubbies with tags , , , , , on 04/09/2017 by @CincinnatiPR

#Respect90 Tom Verducci The Cubs Way in The @WSJ

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