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Customer Communications Group Selected by The Children's Hospital for Direct Marketing Expertise
Date:5/5/2008

DENVER, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Customer Communications Group, Inc. (CCG), a full-service relationship marketing agency in Denver, has been selected to provide direct marketing assistance to The Children's Hospital, a local and nationally recognized leader in non-profit pediatric healthcare. CCG is a 30-year pioneer in the field of customer relationship marketing and continues to be an industry leader in direct marketing innovation.

Sandra Gudat, CCG's president and CEO, said CCG is particularly excited to work with The Children's Hospital.

"So many of our clients are based out of state, so it's refreshing to be able to assist an organization with such a strong community presence right here in the Denver area," Gudat said. "Plus, the CCG staff shares the passion The Children's Hospital has for improving the well-being of children and their families in the Rocky Mountain region. We're thrilled to be a part of The Children's Hospital's communications team."

Mary B. Murphy, manager of marketing for The Children's Hospital, said CCG's experience level was one of the key factors in choosing the agency for specific direct-marketing development and implementation.

"We wanted an agency that could bring not only creativity and enthusiasm to the table, but also one that had the experience to back that up with strategic, proven results. And it's certainly a bonus that an agency like CCG is right in our own backyard," Murphy said.

For more information, please contact Sandra Gudat at 303-986-3000, ext. 103, or sandra@customer.com.

About Customer Communications Group Inc.

CCG is a full-service, customer marketing agency, bringing 30 years' expertise in developing actionable, knowledge-driven marketing initiatives that attract, retain and grow profitable relationships for our Fortune 1000 clients. Through strategic initiatives, data management, integrated creative services and a mandator
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