After a long at-a-distance year, Troy Training Days returned the Sports Center of Connecticut in Shelton, Bass Pro Shops in Hookset, New Hampshire, Troy Industrial’s Maine Fabrication Facility in Brewer, and its home base in Watervliet, New York.
POSTMKTG has worked with the New York State Department of Health and the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York since 2015. Recently, we helped the department relaunch it’s popular Just Say Yes to Fruits and Vegetables program with a new phone-first website.
In the latest chapter in a successful series of asset-driven promotions, POSTMKTG authored, designed and promoted a new technical white paper for industrial voltage regulation client, UST, and drove traffic, downloads and conversions through a coordinated campaign.
POSTMKTG integrated asset development, web and direct marketing programs on behalf of UST has enabled the Watervliet, New York firm to compete as a peer against global engineering giants, and often outflank them!
This year, to counter the dramatic and dangerous 86% decrease in colorectal cancer screenings due to the pandemic, AGC teamed up with POSTMKTG and stepped up its commitment to generating public awareness of the importance of this life-saving procedure.
BronationDay is CBA’s annual giving day. This year, POSTMKTG helped CBA set a new fundraising record by driving the school to define a mission, develop its promotional assets and create the key digital tools stakeholders needed to advance the cause.
The College Experience, a program of Living Resources in cooperation with The College of Saint Rose, is one of the most widely respected residential programs for young adults with disabilities in the country.
Unleashing a year of pent-up energy all at once! What happens when you unleash a year’s worth of quarantine energy all at once? You get a record-setting giving day. Academy of the Holy Names raised more than $55,000 during ALLINFORAHN 2021, more than doubling its previous year’s totla, on the strength of 9 ‘from the…
1.2 billion pounds of produce goes to waste every year in New York State. But can anyone imagine 1.2 billion?