|By Business Wire||
|July 28, 2014 08:06 AM EDT||
Creative Learning Corporation (OTC: CLCN), owner and developer of Bricks 4 Kidz®, Challenge Island®, and Sew Fun Studios® the highly-popular children’s education and enrichment programs, announced today that it has retained Crescendo Communications, LLC (“Crescendo”) for investor relations services and to help increase capital market awareness.
Crescendo Communications, LLC, headquartered in New York City with offices in Europe and Asia, is an emerging leader within the investor relations industry. The firm was founded on a strategic and professional approach to investor relations that builds awareness of public companies through tailored outreach programs that target institutional investors, analysts, and the financial media. The firm’s approach is centered around properly educating investors and cultivating trust within the global capital markets. Additional information is available at: www.crescendo-ir.com.
David Waldman, President & CEO of Crescendo Communications, commented, “We are excited to commence work with Creative Learning Corp. Bricks 4 Kidz is growing at a rapid pace as evidenced by nearly 600 franchises in more than 30 counties. Moreover, we believe their continued innovation through additional franchises such as Challenge Island and, most recently, Sew Fun Studios represent significant growth opportunities. Creative Learning has also demonstrated its ability to generate high ROI on marketing dollars, while carefully managing fixed expenses, which is now driving strong cash flow and value for shareholders. We look forward to working with Mr. Pappas and the rest of the Creative Learning management team to help increase investor awareness in the company.”
About Creative Learning Corporation
Creative Learning Corporation, operating under the trade names of Bricks 4 Kidz® and Challenge Island®, offers educational and enrichment programs to children ages 3-12+. Through a unique franchise business model that includes a proprietary curriculum and marketing strategies, plus a proprietary Franchise Marketing Tool (FMT), the Company provides a wide variety of programs designed to enhance students’ problem solving and critical thinking skills. Creative Learning Corp is now operating in 30 countries.
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