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Career Quest Selects Estipona Group as Agency of Record

Career Quest Selects Estipona Group as Agency of Record
12.22.14
Jackie Shelton
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Reno, NV (December 19, 2014) – Career Quest, a career college with campuses in Lansing and Jackson, Michigan, has chosen the Estipona Group as its agency of record. Estipona Group staff members are partnering with Career Quest’s internal marketing team to implement a variety of strategic communications methods, including traditional and online advertising, public relations, social media and grassroots tools to share Career Quest’s mission of providing students with the skills required for employment and/or career advancement.

“Helping our clients succeed is always important, but especially so when they’re helping so many other people succeed and achieve their dreams,” said Edward Estipona, president of the Estipona Group. “And Michigan was especially hard hit by the recession so Career Quest’s services are critical.”

“We’ve been working with the Estipona Group for years and they have been a true partner in marketing Charter College throughout Alaska, California and Washington,” said Brandi Anderson, Vice President of Marketing & Community Outreach, Prospect Education/Charter College. “When we took over the marketing for Career Quest, it just made sense to bring them in to do the same for their campuses in Michigan.”

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 20-year history includes five years as a forward-thinking and client-friendly virtual agency, with all employees working from home offices and collective workspace. You can follow the Estipona Group at www.facebook.com/estiponagroup or estiponagroup.com

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