By Tare Youdeowei
PORT HARCOURT—Rivers State Signage and Advertisement Agency, RISAA, has met with stakeholders to increase awareness about the activities of the Agency, showcase available windows of advertisement, branding and sponsorship opportunities, as well as improve relationships with the public in the state.
Speaking during a visit to the Corporate office of Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas, NLNG, one of the stakeholders, Acting Managing Director, RISAA, Engr. Chukwudi Dimkpa disclosed; “The on-going sanitization exercise will improve the scenic beauty of the city of Port Harcourt and its environs.
Corporations should take advantage of the new dispensation by investing through partnership, sponsorship and branding. Street furniture such as city- gates, roundabouts, bus-shelters, buses and other innovative Out of Home Platforms, are now available for branding.”
Responding, Managing Director, NLNG, Tony Attah, represented by Mr. Tony Okonedo commended RISAA for civic beautification and reiterated NLNG’s commitment to CSR anchored on sustainability, stake-holding and partnership, saying; “I am excited about RISAA’s vision and the array of products proposed that will enhance the city’s aesthetic value. NLNG believes strongly in giving back to its host community and we are ready to work closely with the Agency and other relevant stakeholders to improve the quality of the lives of Rivers State residents.”
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