EP Global Communications CEO To Receive 2007 Theresa Award
JOHNSTOWN, PA -- EP Global Communications, Inc. (OTCBB: EPGL), the parent company of Exceptional Parent (EP) magazine, announced today that its CEO and President, Joseph M. Valenzano, Jr., will be honored with the 2007 Theresa Award at the 13th Annual Theresa Awards Dinner on Friday, May 18 at the Bridgeview Yacht Club in Island Park, NY. Mr. Valenzano is receiving this accolade for his many years of tireless service benefiting children with developmental, physical and intellectual disabilities and special health care needs and the families and professionals caring for them. Mr. Valenzano commented, “I am honored to receive this recognition from The Theresa Foundation, an organization whose mission mirrors that of EP’s. Just as EP has been doing for 36 years, The Theresa Foundation has a steadfast commitment to assisting and improving the lives of children with special needs and their families.”
About EP Global Communications, Inc.
EP Global Communications, parent company of Exceptional Parent (EP) magazine is a 36-year-old, award-winning publishing and communications company which provides practical advice and emotional support to families of children and adults with disabilities and special health care needs -- as well as the physicians, allied health care and educational professionals who are involved in their care and development. EP uses a multi-media approach to disseminate information via: its monthly award-winning publication, Exceptional Parent; web site (www.eparent.com); clinical custom communications projects; the EP Library Bookstore (www.epbookstore.com) of disability books, DVDs and videos; live and on-line interactive CME/CEU accredited Seminars & Teleconferences on a wide range of special needs topics in the chronic long-term disabilities and special needs community.
About The Theresa Foundation
Established in 1992 in memory of Theresa Alessandra Russo, The Theresa Foundation is dedicated to assisting children with physical, mental or emotional impairment. The Theresa Foundation provides financial support for individual needs, education programs and organizations serving children with disabilities.
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