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We hope you had a wonderful holiday season and that you and your loved ones are in good health.
As we are now embracing 2022, Butler Associates would like to share some exciting news! Every day, we work tirelessly for clients and through this email, we would like to share updates, news highlights, and insights on trending topics with you.
Butler Associates recently switched over to a new domain that is shorter and easier to type. (8 characters less to be exact.)
Our new web address is www.ButlerPR.com and, if you haven't already noticed, our team emails have also shifted to @ButlerPR.com, so keep in contact during 2022!
Visit our website and follow us on social media here: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook
Our location at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and 40th Street in Midtown Manhattan and phone number remains constant, so feel free to reach us at 212-685-4600.
In the meantime, please update your own contacts with our new @ButlerPR.com details so we can always stay in rapid response mode with you.
Situations evolve fast. Protecting your reputation is everything. This is why we never stop working for our clients.
Here are just a few highlights of some recent news that may help you deepen your knowledge of the issues:
Butler Associate's Tom Butler Ranked in City & State New York's Political PR Power 50 for 2022!
In Crain’s Detroit names Suzanne Shank among 2021’s Most Influential Women in a list that only comes out every 5 years!Patriot Bank FinTech Merger News
MarketWatch: Patriot National Shares Rise 46% After Offer for American Challenger Development Bank
Westchester-Fairfield County Business Journal: Patriot Bank, American Challenger merging to create nation's largest digital bank
The Capitol Press Room conducted a powerful interview with Manhattan Democratic Chairman, Keith Wright on the future of New York Politics in 2022.
MarketWatch turns to DHC Legal's Washington DC Practice Chair Jonathan McCollum on the Fed’s evolving position on Crypto Currency noting Biden's new Fed could be a boon for crypto, experts say
American Recycling's $50 Million green rail infrastructure project in Queens discussed in a Waste-by-Railstory and championed by a business leader OPED calling for NYC to Relieve Traffic Woes with Queens Waste by Rail Plan
Barry Salzman, from Barasch & McGarry, who has represented sexual abuse victims of Jeffrey Epstein, pro bono, commented on the Ghislaine Maxwell Trial in the Wall Street Journal and the Prince Andrew Trial in CNN.
Michael Barasch speaks with 1010 WINS Radio’s “IN DEPTH PODCAST” on NY’s workers vs. vaccine mandates
America's fastest growing mortgage provider, Nationwide Mortgage Bankers discusses national economic policy changes impacting Homeowner/Borrower rates in:
The Mortgage Reports: What is RefiNow? | Fannie Mae's low-income refinance program
Realtor.com: Will Rising Mortgage Rates Make Homebuying More or Less Expensive?
Home Healthcare Workers of America Union Leader Joe Pecora was published on the Syracuse.com editorial page to make the case for Respect & Fair Pay for home healthcare workers in New York.
Crain's New York Business reported on an incredible Proxy win for the nonprofit, Association of BellTel Retirees this January to bring about positive policy change at the globe's largest communications firm.
Super Shout Outs
On Giving Tuesday, Butler Associates welcomed “Kenya Education Fund” as a cause to champion on a pro-bono basis. We are honored to help support and elevate the amazing philanthropic and educational mission of the Kenya Education Fund, and we are sure you will soon hear more about its work. Special CONGRATULATIONS to Patriot Bank and the American Challenger Bank on its pending merger creating the nation’s largest digital challeger bank! A tip of our hat to the Association of BellTel Retirees on 25 years of successful nonprofit advocacy. In December with its Winter Newsletter, it reached the 100th edition of its popular quarterly “BellTel Newsletter,” which Butler Associates is proud to have started and still leads the editorial process, now, a quarter century later.