Lenz’s newest campaign for Resurgens Orthopaedics debuted recently in households throughout the Atlanta area.
On April 8, 1992, Richard J. Lenz took a leap of faith and founded a new business, Lenz Design & Communications, Inc. Later shortened to Lenz, Inc., he chose his family name for the new company because it signified a personal guarantee of standing behind the work that the company produces. It’s a business philosophy […]
Georgia Cancer Specialists‘s (GCS) Totes 2 Tots suitcase drive for foster children is an amazing event and one of Lenz’s favorite of the year. New and nearly new suitcases, backpacks, diaper bags, totes, and duffel bags are collected at GCS offices on the Friday leading into the MLK weekend and distributed to foster children throughout […]
Lenz lead developer Ricky Pattillo had an opportunity to solve a problem for longtime client Leadership DeKalb: How can we completely automate membership renewal communications to a 1,200-strong membership database?
The goal is self-evident: With six minutes remaining, the Atlanta Falcons must take the ball from their 15 yard line, drive 85 yards, and score a touchdown to overcome a five point deficit and win the game.
Lenz recently the launched The Charles McAleer Show on News/Talk 1380 WAOK. The show airs Saturday mornings at 9 a.m. and offers listeners sound legal advice, commentary on current events, and other topics important to the community.
Lenz proudly supports Poverty Is Real, and commends PIR for raising $10,000 for the Decatur Cooperative Ministry during a three-day concert series at Eddie’s Attic, July 27-29. Poverty Is Real organizes fundraising concerts and donates the money raised to local non-profits addressing homelessness and poverty in their communities.
Lenz is proud to present the upcoming Poverty is Real concert series at Eddie’s Attic, July 27-29. The three-day event features some of the Decatur area’s best artists and will benefit the Decatur Cooperative Ministry, who has been preventing and alleviating homelessness in the Decatur area for more than 40 years.
Was Steve Jobs a creative genius or genius of business? Both. And that’s no coincidence. Because great businesses solve problems, and problem solving requires creativity.
When story ideas hit home, major media outlets are quick to respond. That was the case recently, when an idea from a Lenz PR team weekly meeting made it all the way to Good Day Atlanta on Fox 5, with a three-minute segment on the dangers high heels pose to women’s health.