USA: Galaxy Foods Company Embarks on Proactive External Communications Program
In a move to launch a proactive external communications program and to develop a broader corporate profile within the media and investment community, Galaxy Foods Company (AMEX: GXY) has retained Jaffoni & Collins, Inc. to orchestrate its corporate investor relations program. Located in New York, Jaffoni & Collins is a leading full-service organization focused solely on investor relations and strategic business counsel. "It is no coincidence that Galaxy Foods is beginning a formal corporate communications program at this time. In addition to significant top-and-bottom line growth in recent years, Galaxy is extremely well positioned to exploit its unique market niche, take advantage of macro trends in the nutritional foods sector, and implement our new corporate strategy," said Angelo Morini, President and CEO of Galaxy. "We are putting several initiatives into place designed to drive internal growth, and an important component of our overall business plan is clear communications with external audiences about our goals and achievements. We felt that it was important to retain a team of respected, accomplished professionals to communicate our corporate progress." During the initial phase of the campaign, Jaffoni & Collins will focus its efforts on building Galaxy's profile on Wall Street, expanding the Company's relationships with analysts, money managers, brokers, and targeted media outlets.
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