The Buzz Killers Retain KCSA Strategic Communications as Public Relations Agency of Record
NEW YORK, Oct. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The Buzz Killers (www.TheBuzzKillers.com), creators of the Buzz Killer Card, a revolutionary new patent-pending cell phone accessory that eliminates buzzing interference from audio devices, has retained KCSA Strategic Communications as its public relations agency of record.
The Buzz Killer Card essentially stops that annoying feedback experienced by GSM phones, which account for nearly 80 percent of all cell phones in the world. The Buzz Killer Card is useful around devices including conference call speakerphones, desktop lines, desktop speakers, baby monitors, car stereos, television sets, audio/visual conferencing equipment and clock radios.
KCSA will launch the company and its product and implement a two-pronged communications campaign that will reach out to consumer media as well as the business and marketing community to leverage the Buzz Killer Card as a custom branding option for marketing, trade shows and corporate gifting.
"We have a product that solves an irritating and intrusive problem. What we need now is to create brand awareness and drive sales," said Adam D. Sloan, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, The Buzz Killers. "Our goal is to drive retail sales via our own webstore, Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and through our promotional distribution partners. We are pleased to be working with KCSA, as their unique practice will assist us in building awareness among businesses looking for a meaningful and valuable branding tool."
About KCSA Strategic Communications
Now in its 41st year, KCSA Strategic Communications (www.kcsa.com) is the only corporate communications firm in the nation that integrates investor relations, public relations and marketing services. The firm's customized programs and strategic counsel create communications solutions for public and private companies allowing them to effectively reach their desired audiences and achieve their business marketing goals.
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