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Relevant Public Relations of Staten Island NYC Selected By Realtor to Highlight Cangiano Estates' Expansion Into Italy

NEW YORK, Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cangiano Estates Ltd., a leading Staten Island, N.Y.-based real estate agency, has selected Relevant Public Relations LLC to underscore its expansion into Italy's housing market.

"Relevant Public Relations is expertly equipped to provide our firm with the marketing momentum it needs to grow our Italian Properties Division," said Realtor Traci Cangiano, owner of Cangiano Estates. "As the immediate past president of the Staten Island Board of Realtors (SIBOR), I've had numerous experiences working with this PR company and have long admired its skill in fine-tuning and delivering impactful clients' messages to the intended audience."

A recently established alliance between Mrs. Cangiano's agency and the law firm of Perugi and Associates in Viterbo, Italy, about 65 miles north of Rome, has resulted in a flourishing of Italian-property listings between the Staten Island Realtor and the law firm owned by Rome native Alfredo Perugi.

Barton Horowitz, founder and president of Relevant Public Relations, described his firm's new relationship with Cangiano Estates as "exciting and energizing."

"The enthusiasm of Traci Cangiano and her team at Cangiano Estates is uplifting," Horowitz said. "It's an absolute pleasure to be representing such a highly respected company and be given the opportunity to assist in its foray into global real estate transactions."

About Cangiano Estates

Cangiano Estates, Ltd. is an independent full-service real estate agency operated hands-on by Realtor Traci Cangiano. Since launching in 2006, the firm has never strayed from its commitment of providing clients with a level of service that is second to none, inspiring it to flourish from a modest startup in a rented space into a thriving enterprise with more than 30 Realtors and its own building. The agency is a member of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR) and the Staten Island Board of Realtors (SIBOR).

Cangiano Estates is headquartered at 3888 Amboy Rd., Staten Island, NY, 10308. The firm may be contacted by phone at 718-605-5800; emailed at [email protected], and visited online at CangianoEstates.com.

About Relevant Public Relations LLC

Relevant Public Relations LLC (Relevant PR), "Where Success is Written®," is a New York City-based multimedia public relations and marketing company with local, national and global reach. The firm's founder and president, Barton Horowitz, is a Small Business Administration (SBA) Champion of the Year Award winner and recipient of a 2013 Louis R. Miller Business Leadership Award.

Economically headquartered in the New York City borough of Staten Island, Relevant Public Relations is "America's Journalist-Empowered PR & Marketing firm®," leading businesses, professional practices and organizations to greater heights by cost-effectively integrating all marketing and PR strategies into a single efficiently run operation.

Relevant Public Relation's custom-designed branding methods succeed due to an innovative recipe of press releases; traditional, digital and broadcast-news distribution; social-media management; Website and blog content; e-mail marketing; commercial copywriting, and more.

Whether your enterprise requires a single press release, a multimedia campaign or the information on a company brochure or Website professionally written, edited or updated, Relevant Public Relations is the right choice.

Relevant Public Relations is available online at www.RelevantPR.com, and may be reached at 718-682-1509 or via email: [email protected].

SOURCE Relevant Public Relations LLC

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