Classic Communications Website Now Showcasing Sustainable Energy Marketing Case Studies of its ‘Green’ Clients Served Over 22 Years

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Niles, Mich.— Southwest Michigan-based strategic marketing and public relations firm Classic Communications has launched a completely new website that showcases its sustainable energy marketing capabilities along with many other marketing services it has provided to clients over 22-years of service. The new classicpressroom.com website continues the company’s tradition of serving its client partners with a media room for journalists looking for photos and product information on their clients’ products and services. The staff of Classic are writers themselves and much of their free-lance journalism is featured on the new site.

“We pride ourselves in being a service-based marketing firm serving the sustainable and renewable energy niche,” said Classic Communications Founder and President Ron Barger.

He went on to explain that PR and media relations is the foundation of Classic’s promotional approach to marketing but the company has evolved into other mediums such as turnkey website development, social media content coordination, direct digital marketing, and video production.

“We take special pride in our specialty of serving the many renewable and sustainable energy clients we marketed over the years,” said Barger. “From solar power companies and projects, to passive solar, to green home building, and even the Smart Home Green and Wired exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, these are all forward thinking promotions we enjoyed.”

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