Cincinnati, OH (PressExposure) October 30, 2009 -- Split Rock Conservation Park was a 2009 recipient of Eisen Marketing Groupâs (EMG) âOperation Outreachâ program, one of ten groups receiving grant dollars toward professional marketing and marketing communications work. Split Rock Conversation Park, located in Petersburg, Kentucky, asked Cincinnatiâs largest public relations firm to develop a professional website to showcase all the wonders and beauty of the park.
The newly developed site launched today and can be accessed at http://www.SplitRockPark.org.
The park is named for the unique glacial formations deposited in the area thousands of years ago. This awesome feature and the beauty and diversity of the surrounding area has been a destination for exploration and wonder for generations. The land is a mosaic of woodlands and meadows surrounded by Woolper Creek and the Ohio River. The many unique natural features are used to teach the importance of understanding, conserving and in some cases restoring the local biodiversity.
âThe EMG âOperation Outreachâ program is a great way for our firm to give back to the non-profit community,â EMG vice president Angela Dennison says. âThe program gives grant winners a chance to receive professional public relations work to help them improve and expand their audience, done at a professional level they likely would be unable to afford.â
About Split Rock Conservation Park
Split Rock Conservation Park is a not-for-profit organization focused on local biodiversity conservation and the development of Split Rock Conservation Park, a facility to offer quality conservation education opportunities to local students. This type of facility is unique to the area and will provide Northern Kentucky and the surrounding community a valuable, educational resource.