LOS ANGELES—The MWW Group has been retained by the Building Industry Association’s Greater LA/Ventura Chapter to manage public relations, media relations and issue campaigns. The BIA, which represents more than 400 commercial and residential real estate companies and 1,200 individuals, has charged MWW with developing a communications, marketing and public relations campaign aimed at building the organization’s credibility, influence and stature in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties, as well as generating awareness of issues facing the building industry.
“We were impressed by MWW’s enthusiasm and expertise, as well as its understanding of the diverse set of issues that confront our industry,” said Ray Pearl, executive officer of the BIA/Los Angeles & Ventura.
MWW-LA has represented some of the most well respected and largest developers, architecture and real estate firms in California, including Trammell Crow Residential, Newhall Land & Farming Company, Fairfield Residential, Lennar Partners, Thomas Properties Group, Kearny Real Estate Company and Catellus.
TRENTON—The Delaware County Office of Behavioral Health (DCOBH) has retained The MWW Group for public affairs counsel. MWW will lead a tobacco-control health advocacy campaign targeted at Delaware County’s youth, as well as generate media awareness of DCOBH activities, programs and goals.
MWW will help DCOBH recruit teens for the development of a youth-focused program to educate their peers on the dangers of tobacco use. MWW will also develop a community campaign to make public areas, chosen by teens, smoke-free. In addition, the firm will build partnerships with local businesses that wish to promote Delaware County as a healthy place to live.
MWW has initiated successful campaigns for NYC Coalition For A Smoke-Free City; Clean Air Council; Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids; New Jersey Breathes; The Missouri Partnership on Tobacco or Health; Citizens for a Healthy Nebraska/Health Education Inc.; Washington State Department of Health; Illinois Department of Public Health’s Youth Anti-Tobacco Movement, I Decide; Coalition for Healthy and Responsible Georgia (CHARGe) and others.