Holiday Greetings & 2014 Recap

Cindi & Rainie Two Shot copyDear friends,

We’re reaching out to wish you wonderful holiday season and update you about our public relations and communications work in 2014.

We’ve had a great year promoting organizations and individuals with newsworthy accomplishments.

We helped the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund garner significant positive media attention for numerous landmark transgender rights cases and media trained many of its clients so they could share their powerful stories with clarity and confidence in the press.

We also expanded press visibility for Family Equality Council and its transformative work on behalf of LGBTQ families across the nation.

In addition, we generated favorable media coverage for:

– EqualityCard, the credit card that allows people to give back to the LGBTQ movement.

– My2024, a campaign by the Arcus Foundation and Institute for the Future that challenged LGBTQ people to imagine their futures in 2024.

– Pride Live Nation and its Demi Lovato/Tyler Clementi Foundation/Omaze Campaignthat raised funds to combat bullying

– The Last One, a documentary about the AIDS Memorial Quilt. 

– The True Color’s Fund’s groundbreaking partnership with Covenant House International to address LGBTQ homelessness.

– Justin Reed Early, author and homeless youth activist, in his effort to honor fallen LGBT youth hero Lou Ellen “Lou Lou” Couch

– Kiki’s Garden, an event to support youth art programs in Rhode Island. 

– North Jersey Prides weeklong Pride celebration. 

– The Sometime Boys, a Brooklyn-based Americana band and its new album, Riverbed.

– David Carter , Stonewall historian, in his effort to highlight the passing of Stonewall Rebellion witness and participant, Danny Garvin.

The media also gave CreagerCole Communications some attention of our own. Go Magazine featured us in its Red Hot Entrepreneurs seriesWestView News published a feature story on Rainie Cole as a “West Village Original” and the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce New York (NGLCCNY) spotlighted our company in its November blog and newsletter.

We love publicizing people and causes we believe in and thank all of our amazing clients for putting their trust in us this past year. We also thank our extremely talented and dedicated interns: Brooklyn College undergraduate political science student, Charlie Kerr and Boston University graduate student in public relations, Meng Guo.

It’s been a productive and enriching year. We are so grateful to all those we have worked with and look forward to a fantastic year of promoting our clients in 2015.

Happy Holidays to you and your loved ones!

Warm regards,

Cindi Creager & Rainie Cole

Co-Founders, CreagerCole Communications

CreagerCole Communications is a boutique PR firm experienced in LGBTQI issues. We provide media relations, media training and message development.

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