Pecchia Comm Adds Industrial Clients, Land Bank
CANFIELD, Ohio — Pecchia Communications LLC recently welcomed four new clients, says the agency’s owner, Dan Pecchia.
“Our business has benefited greatly from our clients’ investments based on expectations of a stronger economy,” said Dan Pecchia, founder and president of Pecchia Comm. “We’re pleased to see our clients making meaningful investments not only in technology and equipment but in effective communications.”
Among the new clients is Carpenter Technology Corp. in Reading, Pa., a specialty steel producer. The engagement focuses on employee, customer and supplier communications to advance a multi-year technology initiative the steelmaker began last year. Pecchia says.
It is the latest of nine change-management projects the agency has supported at larger companies since 2006, he adds.
Other new industrial clients are A. Stucki Co., a Pittsburgh supplier of rail industry parts and services, and Seco Machine, a provider of steel and iron machining services based in Canton.
Pecchia says his agency has also been retained by the Mahoning County Land Bank, a nonprofit organization that sparks development of abandoned properties.
The Stucki and Seco relationships are led by trade media publicity and other industrial marketing initiatives. The Land Bank work focuses primarily on public relations and community relations in the Mahoning Valley, he notes.
Pictured: Dan Pecchia outside Carpenter Technology Corp. in Reading, Pa.
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