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Sweet News From Our Peers

The Public Relations Society of America recently recognized the success of Insuring Ohio Futures by bestowing Werth and our client, the Ohio Insurance Institute, with the PR industry’s highest national award, the Silver Anvil.



Werth Welcomes Dispatch Editoral Page Veteran Mary Mogan Edwards

Mary’s editorial experience and deep roots in the central Ohio community bring invaluable perspective and insight to the issues that matter to our clients and the audiences they want to reach.



Werth’s Creative Work Honored with Numerous Communications, Marketing and Design Awards

Werth's print and digital creative work honored with numerous communications, marketing and design awards



OSU College of Engineering Honors Werth CEO Sandra Harbrecht Ratchford for Her Service to the College

Werth's president and CEO Sandra Harbrecht Ratchford was one of 21 people honored by OSU College of Engineering with one of its 2020 Excellence in Engineering and Architecture Alumni Awards. 



Please Welcome to Columbus Julie Granillo

We’re thrilled to share the news that Werth has recruited to Columbus a veteran member of Nashville’s thriving technology community. Julie Granillo has joined Werth as Vice President, Client and Business Strategies.



Columbus Business First: 'Denial, OH' ads having an impact on opioid awareness, survey finds

The coalition behind the year-long "Denial, OH" advertising campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of prescription opioids says the effort is having an impact statewide. The Ohio Opioid Education Alliance touted results from a survey by the public opinion research firm Fallon Research & Communications Inc. that found the campaign was successful in changing attitudes about opioids among Ohioans.



Dispatch: Survey – ‘Don’t Live in Denial, Ohio’ ad having impact but many remain in denial on opioid abuse

The Ohio Opioid Education Alliance’s “Don’t Live in Denial, Ohio” ad campaign was successful in getting parents to talk with their kids about opioid abuse, but some still doubt that their families could be affected, according to a new survey.



Columbus Business First: Columbus-based plastic pipe maker seeing benefits of recycling

Advanced Drainage Systems Inc. is getting good use out of reuse. The $1.3 billion Hilliard-based manufacturer of plastic pipes and water management products turned its attention toward recycled materials years ago. That move is now paying dividends in the business, the company says.



Dispatch: Donating, recycling, proper waste disposal reduces environmental impact of major house clean-outs

Like losing a few pounds or being civil while driving in rush hour, keeping a clean and tidy basement, attic or garage is a laudable goal that we all, too often, fall short of. But it’s usually worth the effort. Although throwing everything into a Dumpster and being done with it is tempting, the “trash it all” road to tidiness is, alas, both wasteful and environmentally unsound.



CNBC: Ohio has one of highest opioid overdose death rates in the US. Now it’s rushing to stop the death blow to its economy

Montgomery County, in southwest Ohio, is ground zero for the opioid crisis. The region has one of the highest overdose death rates in the country — mostly due to the illicit use of these narcotics. This statewide plague has rocked communities as prison populations for drug offenders swell. It has employers grappling with ways to hire and keep their workforces productive and in lockstep with economic demand.