NJ Sharing Network Recognized As One Of New Jersey’s “Best Places To Work”

NJ Sharing Network, the non-profit, federally designated organ procurement organization responsible for the recovery of organs and tissue in the state, today announced they are among the top 25 Best Places to Work in New Jersey selected by NJBIZ. The Best Places to Work in New Jersey awards program recognizes and honors the state’s top employers who show a dedication to their employees’ professional growth and quality of life.

A range of positives including employee benefits, work-life balance, salary and culture are just a few ways 2018’s Best Places to Work in New Jersey honorees have set themselves apart. Best Places to Work companies are determined through the completion of a Best Places to Work questionnaire as well as an employee survey from Best Companies Group, sister company of NJBIZ. NJ Sharing Network was among 100 small, medium and large-sized companies who were recognized.

“It is truly an honor to be recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in New Jersey. Our staff, volunteers, and most importantly, the donor families and transplant recipients who visit us and share their stories, make our headquarters feel like home,” said Joe Roth, President and CEO of NJ Sharing Network. “As an organ procurement organization, the responsibilities can be emotionally and physically taxing. Our staff, inspired by our mission, always rises to the occasion and we do everything we can to ensure their well-being.”

Christy Sambolin, RN CPTC, Manager of Clinical Donation Services at NJ Sharing Network affirmed this recognition. “I have been working at NJ Sharing Network for 11 years and I can’t imagine being anywhere else,” she said. “I am so proud to be a part of our mission and to know that the work we do is saving lives and helping families heal.”

In 2017, more New Jersey residents gave the gift of live than ever before, resulting in over 550 lives saved. There are currently nearly 4,000 New Jersey residents awaiting a life-saving transplant. Every day, approximately three people are added to the New Jersey waiting list and last year nearly 100 people died while waiting for a transplant. One organ donor can save eight lives and one tissue donor can restore health to over 75 people.

About NJ Sharing Network

NJ Sharing Network saves lives through organ and tissue donation. Located in New Providence, NJ, the organization recovers organs and tissue and belongs to a national network that helps the 115,000 people waiting for a transplant. New Jersey residents can help save lives by registering as organ and tissue donors at www.NJSharingNetwork.org, having a conversation with family and friends and joining NJ Sharing Network at its upcoming events.

2020 Donate Life Transplant Games To Be Held At New Jersey Meadowlands

 NJ Sharing Network, along with 12,000 Transplant Recipients,

 Living Donors, Donor Families and Supporters to Celebrate Life in July, 2020

Officials from the Transplant Games of America® (TGA) today announced that the New Jersey Meadowlands Community will host the Donate Life Transplant Games from July 17-22, 2020. The Games are a multi-sport festival for individuals who have undergone life-saving transplant surgeries. Competition events are open to living donors, organ transplant recipients, and bone marrow, corneal and tissue transplant recipients. The six-day event includes a full schedule of special events that recognize the success of donation and transplantation while honoring the generosity of donors and their families. The successful bid was a collaboration of local partners led by NJ Sharing Network, the state’s organ procurement organization that saves lives through organ and tissue donation.

“There were many compelling bids to host the Transplant Games but it was clear that the Meadowlands Liberty Convention & Visitors Bureau and NJ Sharing Network were the right partners to make this the best Transplant Games ever. NJ Sharing Network’s leadership enables them to consistently deliver extraordinary results in areas that include education, fundraising, public policy, medical services and more. We know they’ll put that same rigor and excellence behind the Transplant Games,” said Bill Ryan, President and CEO of the Transplant Games of America, an initiative of the Transplant Life Foundation. Ryan added that the Meadowlands offers top-level facilities and unparalleled access to the greater metro New York area. As such, it will attract national and local media, offer a myriad of transportation and logistical options and conveniences. “The Meadowlands location will serve as a magnet for participants and spectators who want to visit local attractions – from the Big Apple to the Jersey Shore,” said Ryan.

The Transplant Games of America will include over 20 competitions as well as a full program of special events. It is anticipated that the 2020 Games will include some unique “winter” competitions as part the of American Dream project.

“The Transplant Games are the ultimate representation of what we stand for: courage, achievement and triumph over adversity,” said Joe Roth, President and CEO of NJ Sharing Network. “These Games will be an awe-inspiring demonstration of the power of life, in some cases literally passed from one participant to the next. They will embrace the entire transplant community – healthcare providers, recipients, donors, donor families, patients waiting for transplants, organizations like ours, and other supporters, in a shared mission to highlight the need for and the life-saving benefits of organ and tissue donation.”

Lead partners include NJ Sharing Network, Hackensack Meridian Health, RWJ Barnabas Health, Novartis, American Dream, Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau.

“Hosting the Transplant Games, ‘live from the Meadowlands,’ home of world renowned major sporting events, will not only showcase the incredible competitors but it will elevate the awareness and importance of organ and tissue donation advancing the Donate Life cause. We are extremely honored and proud to be a partner of the 2020 games,” said Jim Kirkos, President and CEO of Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Today there are 115,000 individuals in the United States waiting for a life-saving transplant, and nearly 4,000 are waiting in New Jersey. Nationwide, 20 people die each day waiting for a transplant.

About The Transplant Games of America

The Transplant Games of America® is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to promote organ, eye, and tissue donation, as well as to bring awareness to the tremendous advances in the field of transplantation and in the development of immuno-suppressant drugs in the pharmaceutical industry.

About NJ Sharing Network

NJ Sharing Network saves lives through organ and tissue donation. Located in New Providence, NJ, the organization recovers organs and tissue and belongs to a national network that helps the 115,000 people waiting for a transplant. In 2017, more New Jersey residents gave the gift of life than ever before, resulting in over 550 lives saved. New Jersey residents can help save lives by registering as organ and tissue donors at www.NJSharingNetwork.org, having a conversation with family and friends and joining NJ Sharing Network at its upcoming events.

About the Meadowlands Regional Chamber and the MLCVB

The Meadowlands Regional Chamber (MRC) has a membership of more than 1,100 businesses and advocates for both economic and destination development. The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB), a division of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber, is the comprehensive destination-marketing channel for travel to the metropolitan New Jersey region. The MLCVB presents its unique sports, entertainment, ecological, cultural and transportation assets as an emerging primary destination as well as an alternative to New York City to attract new and extended visits. The MRC and the MLCVB played crucial roles in bringing the 2014 Super Bowl to the region, and it continues to lead the public debate surrounding issues that will affect the growth of the region.



CELSIUS® Brand Fitness Drink Announces 2018 Presenting Sponsorship Of Tough Mudder’s North America Challenge Series

National Vision Administrators (NVA) Helps NJ Food Pantries Get Fresh Food From Home Gardeners

NVA President, Dave Karlin, Appointed President of AmpleHarvest.org’s Board

National Vision Administrators (NVA), a Clifton, New Jersey-based vision benefits administrator, is partnering with nonprofit AmpleHarvest.org to help home gardeners donate their surplus produce to feed the hungry throughout the state. According to The Feeding America’s 2012 Food Insecurity Report, in New Jersey, the food insecurity rate is at 13%, with 1,141,890 people being “food insecure.” Food insecurity refers to a condition where a lack of access to safe and nutritious food prevents people from living healthy and active lives. The numbers have grown annually as indicated in The Feeding America 2014 study, which noted that 62% of feeding programs in New Jersey saw an increase in demand over the previous year.

NVA’s President, David Karlin is now serving as AmpleHarvest.org’s board president and NVA has donated $10,000.00 to fund the creation of the first national database of food pantries that enables home gardeners to donate excess vegetables and fruits. A pioneering nonprofit, AmpleHarvest.org has created the first ever national registry/database of food pantries to expedite donations from home and community gardeners. NVA is supporting the effort and encouraging other companies to do the same.

According to the Natural Resource Defense Council 2017 report, 50% of our produce is never consumed. Food waste comes from a variety of sources including produce that is discarded by millions of backyard gardeners, estimated to be more than 11 billion pounds based on an analysis by Cisco Systems. Food is wasted because gardeners harvest more than they can use. This excess could feed 28 million people in the U.S. annually. Moreover, food pantries nationwide desperately need fresh food. Each year, they feed 50 million people.

Established in 2009, AmpleHarvest.org helps 42 million home and community gardeners end food waste and hunger by educating and making it easy for them to donate their excess garden produce to one of more than 8,000 nearby food pantries. According to AmpleHarvest.org Founder and Executive Director Gary Oppenheimer, “Our research shows that four out of five gardeners are willing and able to donate produce to a local food pantry but simply don’t know how. Not only does AmpleHarvest.org give home gardeners the information they need to do this, but our new database, which NVA is helping us build, will accelerate these much-needed donations.”

According to NVA President and AmpleHarvest.org Board President, David Karlin, “Corporate sponsorships are vital to completing our state and national databases, which will make donating fresh food that would otherwise go to waste much easier. At its core, AmpleHarvest.org is the community in action. It is individuals across our nation sharing their surpluses to help feed their neighbors in need.” “NVA sees the importance in feeding our neighbors from a health perspective.  We know a diet filled with fruits and vegetables is good for our overall health, but researchers have found it can benefit your eyes too.  Some fruits and vegetables contain carotenoid compounds such as beta-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin, and vitamins C and E which are all good for your eyes.”

NVA Helps AmpleHarvest.org Create Database of Food Pantries, Add One

About NVA

National Vision Administrators is the national vision benefits company that created the
NVA Smart Buyer® program, which helps people be smarter buyers of eye care and eyewear. Supporting AmpleHarvest.org will enable home gardeners to be smarter stewards of their bounties. To serve the needs of its clients, NVA is unique in being independently operated and not owned by an optical retail chain or lens/frame manufacturer. NVA provides 24/7/365 live U.S.-based customer service. For more information about the company, contact 1-888-682-2020 or visit www.e-nva.com.

About AmpleHarvest.org

AmpleHarvest.org, Inc. is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization that works to diminish food waste and hunger in America by educating, encouraging and empowering growers to easily find a local food bank eager to receive their excess garden bounty. For more information, visit http://www.AmpleHarvest.org/presskit or call AMPLE-6-9880 (267-536-9880).





Hall Of Famer Dominique Wilkins On Mission To Educate Others About Living With Diabetes

NBA Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins sat down with CBS Los Angeles this weekend to discuss how he manages his diabetes with DarioHealth.







Dr. Jeff Werber Discusses Pet Insurance on Home & Family

Dr. Jeff Werber sat down with the Home & Family show on Friday, January 5 to discuss the ins and outs of pet insurance and how to know if it’s the right choice for your furry friend.

Have questions about Pet Insurance? Larissa Wohl and Dr. Jeff Werber team up to answer all of your questions! Tune in at 10a/9c on Hallmark Channel USA

Posted by Home & Family on Friday, January 5, 2018


CELSIUS®’ Newest Product Launch, Celsius Heat™, Selected As One Of Beverage Industry’s 2017 Innovations Of The Year

CELSIUS®’ trainer-grade pre-workout leads the pack in energy drink innovation

Celsius Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: CELH), maker of the leading global fitness drink, CELSIUS®, today announced that its new trainer-grade line, CELSIUS HEAT™, was selected as one of Beverage Industry’s Innovations of the Year in the energy drink category. The editors of Beverage Industry, the leading trade publication written for executives of the beverage processing industry, evaluated new beverage launches released throughout 2017. As a result, the editors identified the five beverages that are driving innovation based on their unique characteristics and ability to fill a need within the beverage market. In CELSIUS HEAT™’s case, the demand was for a proven, trainer-grade pre-workout drink that provides long-lasting energy. The 2017 Innovations of the Year will be featured in Beverage Industry’s December issue.

“We are honored that Beverage Industry recognizes the innovation that sets CELSIUS HEAT™ apart from any other fitness drink, namely that it’s a pre-workout option that not only tastes amazing, but is clinically proven to perform. We added HEAT™ to our portfolio to satisfy gym-goers looking for a zero-sugar energy solution and to ride the wave of the popularity of carbonation,” says Vanessa Walker, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We are confident that HEAT™ will continue to drive sales for CELSIUS® and expand our position as the leader in the fitness drink market.”

CELSIUS HEAT™ is a dietary supplement that contains the proprietary thermogenic formula, MetaPlus®, also found in CELSIUS® Original and Natural line extensions, which accelerates metabolism, burns fat and boosts energy when combined with exercise. HEAT™’s 16oz. carbonated can contains 300mg of caffeine and 2,000mg of L-Citrulline. It is designed to serve as a supercharged version of the original CELSIUS® formula, ideal for trainers, body builders, military personnel and endurance athletes looking to optimize their training results.

“This honorable recognition in the Beverage Industry demonstrates our products are leading innovation in the category. HEAT™ is a great tasting proven addition to the CELSIUS® portfolio and further expands the recognition of the award winning CELSIUS® brand,” said Interim CEO and CFO John Fieldly. “Our latest SPINS data shows a 40.6 percent year-over-year increase for our CELSIUS® product portfolio in the MULO channel, which validates our positioning as a healthy, functional fitness drink that resonates with consumers (SPINS, MULO 52wks ending 11.05.17). We are confident that CELSIUS HEAT™ will drive those sales figures even higher.”

Celsius Holdings launched CELSIUS HEAT™ in the fitness channel nationwide early in the second quarter, 2017, featuring three flavors: Inferno Punch, Blueberry Pomegranate and Cherry Lime. In September, we introduced those three flavors to the convenience store channel and also broadened the line with the addition of Strawberry Dragonfruit and Tangerine Grapefruit flavors to the fitness channel.

CELSIUS®’ PROVEN campaign surrounding HEAT™ features platinum recording artist, Flo Rida. Flo Rida personifies the brand and is the newly appointed CELSIUS HEAT™ Elite, Chief Ambassador, who will lead the “HEAT™ Elite,” a hand-picked group of individuals who excel at fitness performance and are PROVEN to excel in their chosen field. He relies on CELSIUS HEAT™ to optimize his training results and give him the healthy energy he needs to rock grueling concerts and workouts. Flo Rida puts a premium on health and fitness and believes in the delicious, thermogenic pre-workout drink. The PROVEN campaign is currently showcased on billboards featuring Flo Rida throughout Florida and Texas.

 About Celsius Holdings, Inc.

Celsius Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: CELH), founded in April, 2004, is a global company, with a proprietary, clinically proven formula for its brand CELSIUS®. Celsius Holdings, Inc. has a corporate mission to become the global leader of a branded portfolio which is proprietary, clinically proven, or innovative in its category and offers significant health benefits. CELSIUS®’ original line comes in seven delicious sparkling and non-carbonated flavors in sleek 12oz cans and is also available in single-serve powdered packets. CELSIUS®’ new natural line is available in six refreshing flavors: three sparkling and three non-carbonated. This line is naturally caffeinated and naturally sweetened.

New to the portfolio, CELSIUS HEAT™, (www.CELSIUSHEAT.com) a trainer-grade version of the proprietary blend, offers additional caffeine as well as L-Citrulline, a proven vasodilator. CELSIUS HEAT™ is sold in 16oz cans and is available in five carbonated flavors: Inferno Punch, Cherry Lime, Blueberry Pomegranate, Strawberry Dragonfruit and Tangerine Grapefruit. CELSIUS HEAT™ targets professional trainers, endurance & competitive athletes, those who focus on defined, physical results and the military, versus the flagship line which comes in a smaller package and appeals to the masses as an active lifestyle brand.

CELSIUS® has zero sugar, no preservatives, no aspartame, no high fructose corn syrup, and is non-GMO, with no artificial flavors or colors. The CELSIUS® line of products is kosher and vegan certified, soy, gluten, and sugar-free and contains very little sodium. CELSIUS® is sold nationally at fitness clubs, 7-Eleven stores, Sprouts, The Fresh Market and key regional retailers such as HEB, Publix, Winn-Dixie, Harris Teeter, Shaw’s and others. The first university study of the science underlying CELSIUS® products was conducted in 2005 and additional studies from the University of Oklahoma were conducted over the next five years. All studies were published in peer-reviewed journals and validate the unique benefits that CELSIUS® provides. For more information, please visit www.celsiusholdingsinc.com.

Rose Parade Float To Honor 29-Year Old Tissue Donor From Newark

Local Resident One of Four New Jerseyans Recognized on the

2018 Rose Parade Donate Life Float

At the January 2018 Rose Bowl Parade, four New Jersey families will be in Pasadena to see the Donate Life Float in the Tournament of Roses Parade. One of these families will be the Garcia family from Newark, NJ. Making its 15th appearance in 2018, the float serves as a memorial to organ and tissue donors and a platform for donor families, living donors and transplant recipients to inspire the world to save and heal those in need through the gift of life.

With support from Donate Life America and other affiliate organizations, NJ Sharing Network, the family and friends of Ezequiel and Iris Garcia will gather in The Learning Center at Clara Maass Medical Center, One Clara Maass Drive in Belleville on Thursday, November 30th at 6:00 PM to finish a floragraph – a portrait that is made from natural materials, such as flowers and seeds in the likeness of organ and tissue donor Reinaldo Garcia, who passed away suddenly in 2011.  Once the floragraph is complete, it will then travel to Pasadena to be placed on the Donate Life Float.

Clara Maass Medical Center is a hospital partner of NJ Sharing Network and where Ezequiel and Iris return to share their son’s story with staff.

García’s floragraph is sponsored by Bridge to Life Ltd, whose mission is to improve organ transplants through licensing and developing new preservation solutions and technologies and providing the highest quality of service to organ procurement organizations and transplant centers.

“It is an honor to partner with Bridge to Life as the Garcia family travels to California to celebrate Reinaldo and the lives he touched,” said Joe Roth, President and CEO, NJ Sharing Network. “The Donate Life Float is a remarkable tribute to the power of organ and tissue donation.”

García, who lived in Newark, NJ became a tissue donor at the age of 29. Growing up, García was a very healthy and active boy, who, early in life, demonstrated a high degree of intelligence, curiosity and ability to play sports. He finished his undergraduate degree in Education and became a Physical Education teacher at a local High School in Newark. He was beginning his sixth year as a teacher when he passed away in September 2011. García had a very pleasant personality and was passionate about everything in life. He loved to coach younger athletes and volunteer for all kind of events and activities. According to his family, offering Reinaldo’s tissue for donation is the most important decision they have ever made. His father, Ezequiel García, and his mother, Iris, are both volunteers of NJ Sharing Network and are passionate advocates of the organization’s mission. Ezequiel recently joined the Foundation Board of Trustees at NJ Sharing Network.

To date, there are over 120,000 people waiting for a transplant and 22 die each day while waiting for a transplant, but one donor can save eight lives and one tissue donor can enhance the lives of over 75 people.  In New Jersey, there are over 4,000 people on the waiting list and one person dies every three days waiting.

New Jersey residents can help save lives by registering as organ and tissue donors at www.NJSharingNetwork.org, talking about it with their families and friends and joining NJ Sharing Network at its next event.

About NJ Sharing Network

NJ Sharing Network saves lives through organ and tissue donation. Located in New Providence, the organization recovers organs and tissue and belongs to a national network that helps the 120,000 people waiting for a transplant.  In 2016, more lives were saved than ever before. Thanks to the selflessness of New Jersey organ donors and their families who said yes to donation last year, 613 people are alive today. This year, the organization is celebrating 30 years of saving lives. To learn more, get involved and register as an organ and tissue donor, visit www.NJSharingNetwork.org.

About Clara Maass Medical Center
Located in Belleville, NJ, Clara Maass Medical Center, an RWJBarnabas Health facility, provides a complete continuum of care to residents of northern New Jersey. Clara Maass recently completed state-of-the-art campus expansion project featuring a new four-story 87,000 square foot building with a private, 32-bed Intensive Care Unit, new Main Entrance and Lobby, Retail Pharmacy, Patient Registration Area and designated new space to accommodate our future Emergency Department expansion. Clara Maass’ services include: The Cancer Center, Center for Breast Health and Disease Management, Radiation Oncology, Infusion Therapy, Cardiac Services Elective and Emergency Angioplasty and Cardiac Rehabilitation, The Pain Management Center, The Joint & Spine Institute, a Vascular Lab, The Vein Center, The Wound Center, The Center for Sleep Disorders, The Bariatric Surgery Center, Rehabilitation; Therapy Services which includes, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, The Eye Surgery Center, Maternity Services and Parent Education, Pediatrics, Center of Excellence for Latino Health, and the Health and Wellness Center. Clara Maass has been recognized nine Grade ‘A’ scores for patient safety and quality by The Leapfrog Group. It is listed by the American Hospital Association as one of Healthcare’s Most Wired hospitals. In 2016-17 Clara Maass has received the Healthgrades Obstetrics and Gynecology Excellence Award and the Labor and Delivery Excellence Award. Clara Maass received Disease Specific Care Certification from the Joint Commission for Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS), Congestive Heart Failure, Hip Replacement, Knee Replacement, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Advanced Certification in Palliative Care. Clara Maass earned Clara Maass’ steadfast commitment to improve the health and well-being of the communities it serves is exemplified through award winning programs including the nationally recognized HELP Volunteer program, recipient of the American Hospital Association 2017 HAVE Award, and the Wellness Assessment Van for Elders (WAVE) which was recognized as the New Jersey Hospital Association’s 2017 HRET Community Outreach Award. For a physician referral or more information about Clara Maass, call 1-888-724-7123 or visit www.rwjbh.org/claramaass.

The Salvation Army Hackensack Corps Serves Up A Thanksgiving Day Breakfast

The Salvation Army, the largest human services organization in New Jersey and the second largest disaster relief charity in the state, served approximately 300 people a greatly needed Thanksgiving Day Breakfast. This breakfast is held annually to aid families in need, including the working poor from Hackensack and surrounding towns. Attendees, enjoyed a complete and hearty Thanksgiving Day Breakfast, including scrambled eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, juice and coffee. The volunteers prepared food, served people and provided companionship to those in attendance.

“Every year we serve this unique Thanksgiving meal in the morning as these adults and children don’t usually eat breakfast most days. Many go without,” says Lieutenant Amarilis Ayala of The Salvation Army Hackensack Corps. “The Salvation Army is focused on helping people become self-sufficient through the dozens of programs we offer year-round.”

NBC New York covered the breakfast: https://www.nbcnewyork.com/on-air/as-seen-on/Volunteers-Fix-Thanksgiving-Breakfasts-for-the-Hungry_New-York-459620973.html





Strata Company Launches SmartMove Offering At 2017 SHSMD Connections

Connects Healthcare Providers with New Residents through Advanced Multi-Touch Marketing Methodology and Digital Enhancements

Strata Company, a leading Pennsylvania-based marketing services and technology solutions firm, is introducing a new and enhanced version of its new mover marketing offering. The SmartMove program is being officially released here at the SHSMD 2017 conference. It is a next-gen, multichannel approach to new mover marketing. It builds on Strata’s long-established success in reaching and engaging new residents in clients’ market areas.

Strata Company’s SmartMove program enhances traditional offerings with digital components such as automated and segmented email marketing campaigns and a proprietary, personalized online response dashboard. The enhancements add value and increase campaign effectiveness to more efficiently meet client goals, accelerate healthcare providers’ ability to connect with new residents and keep them engaged over time.

“SmartMove was developed to help hospitals and health systems keep pace with the rapidly changing way in which consumers search for and select a healthcare provider,” said Mark Frisina, VP of Strata Company. “With SmartMove, healthcare marketers get their foot in the door to establish a connection before their competition. The ongoing program allows providers to stay top of mind as new residents get established, create new ‘buying’ behaviors and develop preferences that will influence future decisions.”

SmartMove helps healthcare marketers target the right audiences, issue direct mail campaigns to greet new residents upon move-in, keep respondents engaged with relevant information – via drip email campaigns – and provide in-depth reporting to measure and improve program performance. SmartMove’s direct marketing strategy utilizes tactile and digital touchpoints – a critical driver in successfully connecting with the modern consumer.

“By combining the power of multiple channels, and then gaining real-time, personalized insights via our custom technology capabilities, we help healthcare marketers stay ahead of the curve,” Frisina notes. “SmartMove gives them another tool in their modern marketing arsenal through which they can capture attention, build affinity and drive referrals. For healthcare marketers looking to cut through the noise, counter the competition and gain valuable insights into what their target audience is looking for, the latest in new mover marketing can get them the results and return they’re looking for.”

Visit Booth #402 at SHSMD 2017 for more information about Strata Company and the SmartMove offering, or visit http://info.gostrata.com/make-the-smart-move.

About Strata Company

Established in 1993, Strata Company provides marketing, communications and technology solutions that enable companies to increase efficiency, effectiveness and revenue. By leveraging industry expertise and relevant technologies, the firm delivers solutions that resolve process, execution and logistics challenges. Its specialties include cloud-based marketing and communications management solutions, data-driven marketing and full-service execution services. Learn more at www.gostrata.com.

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