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Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. (OTCBB:PFCE), a premier provider of nano-based components for the fuel cell industry, announced today that it has retained Edelman, the world's largest independent public relations firm, as its agency of record. Edelman's Los Angeles-based corporate team will manage the account.
"We are working on a number of important projects and we wanted a PR firm that can help us reach potential partners, investors and customers through strategic media outreach," said George Suzuki, president and of Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. "Edelman has a tremendous reputation and we are looking forward to working with them as Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. grows."
About Pacific Fuel Cell Corp.
Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. (OTCBB:PFCE), is a nanotechnology company committed to producing fuel cell components with reduced cost and higher performance in the portable, stationary and micro fuel cell market.
Edelman is the world’s largest independent public relations firm, with 2,700 employees in 48 offices worldwide. The firm was named PRWeek’s Large Agency of the Year for 2006. Advertising Age named Edelman as one of ten marketing firms to watch in 2007 in its Best Agencies issue. Edelman was also named 2006 Large Agency of the Year and 2005 International Agency of the Year by The Holmes Group. A&R Edelman was formed following the acquisition of A&R Partners in May 2006.
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