Senior Games Association Taps Ketchum
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Senior Games Association Taps Ketchum

The National Senior Games Association, a not-for-profit member of the United States Olympic Committee dedicated to motivating men and women 50 and older to lead healthy and active lifestyles through athletic competition, has appointed Ketchum.

Paul Holmes

SAN FRANCISCO—The National Senior Games Association, a not-for-profit member of the United States Olympic Committee dedicated to motivating men and women 50 and older to lead healthy and active lifestyles through athletic competition, has appointed Ketchum as its public relations agency, handling all publicity for the NSGA and the 2009 Summer National Senior Games presented by Humana. 

 

Ketchum will handle national and local media relations as well as strategic PR planning for the NSGA and the 2009 Local Organizing Committee.

 

According to NSGA president Phil Godfrey: “The timing couldn’t be better as we prepare for the 2009 Games in the largest media market we’ve been in to date, and building towards Houston in 2011 and Cleveland in 2013. We’re counting on Ketchum to maximize this opportunity in the San Francisco Bay Area and across the country.”

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