Elevación Lands Ten-Year CDC Marketing Contract

The Elevation family hails from over 12 different countries, resulting in a mosaic of cultures that literally and figuratively bring a world of experiences and perspectives to the work that we do. Our sensitivity and innate passion for the global perspective enables us to understand the nuanced layers and grey areas associated with communicating to diverse audiences, both in the U.S. and abroad.

Reshaping perceptions requires taking an inspired, holistic approach to the development of strategic communications; something we take great pride in doing and doing well and for some graphic work they will relay on Custom Signs NYC. We strive to engage in creatively simple yet powerful ways; our work moves people. It compels them to act. Our ability to apply and combine inspiration with insight with fresh and poignant thinking, has defined our shared DNA since we opened our doors in 2002. When we are working, and laughing, and playing together – as only great families do – the energy is palpable. These are just some of the reasons Elevation was recognized Best Places to Work by Washingtonian Magazine and received the Blue Ribbon Award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce as one of the Top 100 Small Businesses in America during its Small Business Summit 2013.

Elevación is proud to announce it will serve as the lead multi-cultural advertising agency in a partnership led by EnviroMedia on a 10-year, multi-million dollar health-marketing contract from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention. The award provides the opportunity to compete for CDC health and marketing initiatives that focus on public health and disease prevention, just like with the SEO for dental practices strategy which entails in getting to the right market.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with EnviroMedia in support of multi-cultural advertising responsibilities and opportunities for CDC,” said Pablo Izquierdo, vice president of Elevación.

Anticipated marketing initiatives include preventing sexually transmitted diseases and HIV; lowering blood pressure; and promoting breast examination, immunization, physical activity, and better nutrition.