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Boston firm providing PR for Coast Guard Foundation

Rushton Gregory, the Boston-based marketing communications agency specializing in marine and other niche markets, has added the Coast Guard Foundation to its client roster.

The foundation’s mission is to support projects and programs that improve the lives and performance of Coast Guard members, their families and Coast Guard Academy cadets. Effective immediately, Rushton Gregory will provide public relations services to the Stonington, Conn.-based organization to help broaden its exposure, increase awareness and enhance fund-raising efforts.

“We look forward to helping the foundation strengthen its fund-raising and supportive services by expanding its presence, increasing awareness and promoting its efforts to support our esteemed Coast Guard men and women and their families,” said Rus Graham, principal and co-founder of Rushton Gregory Communications, in a statement.

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