The Dry Fried Wing Company (OTC:EEDG) has announced the signing of a marketing agreement giving Noble Communications immediate responsibility for the company’s public relations, website, social media and branding activities.
Noble Communications specializes in integrating high-profile marketing programs into an overall communications strategy that garners wide media attention from its clients’ targeted sectors. The implementation of Noble’s integrated approach resulted in significant gains in sales and exposure for such industry giants as Perkins Family Restaurants, Stiles Construction, 55 West on the Esplanade and Gameday Management Group.
“What a great opportunity,” said Tricia Kanbar Lowery, president and founder of Noble Communications. “Getting involved with a spectacular new product in a booming sector is a marketer’s dream come true, and we intend to fully capitalize on the great positioning that preceded us. The unanimity of love customers express for Dry Fried Wings is something you rarely see and offers us unprecedented opportunities for growth and exposure as we move ahead.”
Taking the first step toward assembling his own premier management team, James Boyd, newly named CEO and president of EEDG said, “With a name change imminent and our focus quickly shifting to full scale franchising, I believe it’s imperative for us to initiate our brand-building and market awareness programs with the highest quality team of professionals we could find. I’m confident we’ve accomplished that today.”
Dry Fried Wing Co.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, FL, The Dry Fried Wing Co. is the licensor and franchisor of "Dry Fried Wings, The San Francisco Sensation." Licensed co-branded units have opened and will soon be opening within quick service food establishments and sports bars in several key states. The Company is about to launch its Sports Bar franchising program that will employ a rapid-growth strategy largely focused on conversions and acquisitions.
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