TransAct Energy Corp Signs Contract with Ericho Communications LLC.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, February 20, 2018
Ericho to Develop TransAct’s Global Communications Strategy.
TransAct Energy Corp (TEGY) announced today that, as of February 1, it has partnered with Ericho Communications LLC (http://www.erichopr.com). As its agency of record, entering into a 1-year Corporate Communications Agreement. Ericho’s team will work with TransAct to develop its global message related to its zero-emissions waste optimization plant (ZEWOP™) as well as an overall communications strategy.
“We are excited to work with Ericho to develop our message,” said TransAct CEO Rod Bartlett. “The agency is truly passionate about what it does and believes in our mission. While our initial agreement is for one year, we’re confident Ericho will be critical to telling our story for many years to come.”
“Ericho only takes on projects we really believe in,” said Ericho President and CEO Eric Yaverbaum. “We see TransAct’s ZEWOP™ technology as vital to the future of our planet, and we look forward to assisting TransAct in growing its brand, telling its story, and taking its mission worldwide.
About Ericho Communications LLC
Founded by award-winning public relations expert and PR for Dummies author Eric Yaverbaum, Ericho Communications is a New York-based multi-faceted public relations and communications agency with a reputation for its unique expertise in strategic media relations, crisis communications, and media training. Utilizing storytelling from strategic planning through implementation, Ericho provides public relations campaigns, media outreach, and communications solutions for innovative businesses, high-profile clients, and exciting startups in a variety of industries. The Ericho Difference blends the precision, power, and control of advertising with the credibility found in traditional public relations, creating an unparalleled ability to elevate brands, repair and build reputations, reach and motivate key target audiences, and tell each client’s unique story. Its clients are regularly featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, TIME Magazine, TechCrunch, and more, with appearances on CNN, Fox, and MSNBC, among others.
About TransAct Energy Corp.
TransAct Energy Corp. is a Nevada-organized company that owns proprietary technology called Zero Emissions Waste Optimization Plants (ZEWOP™), which takes Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and produces a wide range of products and materials without any residual waste returning to the environment. These by-products include eighteen different product streams, including potable water, fuels, heavy metals, scrap metals, aluminum, glass, waxes, sugars, and carbon, which may be resold back into the marketplace at a profit. The company intends to develop its ZEWOP™ technology in conjunction with municipalities around the world facing unconstrained waste-management growth while trying to alleviate environmental impact. Please visit http://transactenergycorp.com for more information or follow us on twitter at @transactenergyc.
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