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Former LCT Editor Creates Green Communications Firm

Posted on April 29, 2009

LONG BEACH, Calif. - Former LCT managing editor Jon LeSage has launched a public relations and professional services firm that focuses on transportation clients and green environmental programs.

LeSage, who worked for LCT Magazine from 2005 to 2008 and previously for other B2B magazines at Bobit Business Media, draws upon experience as a researcher, writer, and print and digital editor.

LeSage Communications provides clients clear, timely, accurate, analytical, and lively content. Clients are active in green sustainability programs, auto, ground transportation, and travel industries, and entrepreneurial organizations.

LeSage Communications provides four key B2B professional services:

  • Editorial content for websites and blogs, press releases and promotions, publications and newsletters, RFPs, and market/industry reports.
  • Market research through surveys, interviews, and group discussions, and market/industry intelligence gathering and reporting.
  • Project management services for reports and presentations, events and meetings, managing content for print and online publication, and networking with other project service providers.
  • LeSage Communications also taps expertise and networking relationships in "green" environmental sustainability programs; auto, transportation, and travel industries; and in print and online media.

Information: Contact Jon LeSage at (562) 505-6380 or at [email protected].

Web site: www.lesagecommunications.com

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