BRW LeGrand Wins Minority AIDS Project
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BRW LeGrand Wins Minority AIDS Project

The National Minority AIDS Council, the nation’s largest organization working with communities of color in the war against HIV/AIDS, has selected BRW LeGrand as public relations agency of record.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The National Minority AIDS Council, the nation’s largest organization working with communities of color in the war against HIV/AIDS, has selected BRW LeGrand as public relations agency of record.

“We are attracted to BRW LeGrand’s dedication to client service, guided by the company’s values and commitment to the human race,” says Robert Dabney, NMAC’s director of communications. “My interactions with BRW LeGrand’s team members have shown me the depth of their knowledge and strategic thinking about shifting tidal forces in the minority AIDS cause.”

BRW LeGrand will be managing several NMAC communications programs, including a media relations program to support nine regional trainings, as well as the U.S. Conference on AIDS, the nation’s largest gathering of the HIV/AIDS community.  The firm’s staff have experience with AIDS Action, AIDS Walk, GLAAD, Project Angel Heart and a host of other socially responsible programs focused on HIV and AIDS.

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