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American Higher Education Development Corp. Hires Estipona Group

American Higher Education Development Corp. Hires Estipona Group
09.30.15
Jackie Shelton

 

Reno, NV (September 30, 2015) – American Higher Education Development Corporation (AHED), a career college with campuses in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Florida, Ohio and Illinois, has chosen the Estipona Group as its agency of record for American Higher Education College (AHEC) and Rockford Career College.

“Estipona Group was a natural choice for us based on the team’s extensive experience in communications efforts on behalf of career colleges,” said AHED Chief Operations/Compliance Officer Jeffrey Bodimer. “They have a proven track record and a commitment to creative and innovative communications.”

Estipona Group team members are partnering with AHED’s leadership team to implement a variety of strategic communications methods — including traditional and online advertising, public relations, social media and grassroots tools — to share AHED’s mission of preparing students for in-demand careers by staying on top of job trends and developing programs to support those trends.

“We’re excited about partnering with AHED to brand a new career college and further develop the brand of a respected 150-year-old institution,” said Edward Estipona, president of the Estipona Group. “AHED has been providing a critical career development resource for more than a century, and they continue to lead the way, staying on top of current trends and demands.”

The Estipona Group is a Reno-based communication agency specializing in advertising, public relations, social media and all facets of audience engagement. The firm’s 22-year history includes seven years as a forward-thinking and client-friendly virtual agency, with all employees working from home offices and collective workspaces. You can follow the Estipona Group at www.facebook.com/estiponagroup or estiponagroup.com.

 

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