DFKOM Supports Education Initiative For Latvia

Press and public relations work for action by Airport Association, the Munich-based agency DFKOM, eurotrade, Swiss supports an exceptional educational initiative for Latvia. She is responsible for the press and public relations work for the action that leading role performed by the eurotrade airport Munich Handels-GmbH and the non-profit Munich e.V. Association of airport volunteers. A 40-tonne truck leaves the Bavarian capital in direction of Jekabpils region this week. Around 320 needy families are very happy about the charge.

Because of summer clothes and toys to school furniture up to satchels everything children need is. In addition get much-needed textbooks and learning materials in a total of 4,500 euros. The regional government will buy the school supplies on the ground, grab the satchels and selected families pass on August 7. “We very pleased, to be able to make a contribution to this great effort”, so Owners DFKOM Dominik Faust, who is honorary spokesperson of the Munich Airport Association since 2005 and after Latvia supports a Hilfstransport already for the second time. “This commitment we fulfil our social responsibilities as a company. Because education is also in Latvia of the key to better living conditions of the people and to sustainable economic and environmental development of in Europe”, says Faust next. In addition to the Airport Club, the eurotrade GmbH and DFKOM GmbH, the two carriers Swiss international air lines and Air Baltic, the Flughafen Munchen GmbH and the Honorarkonsularische representation of the Republic of Latvia, in the free State of Bavaria allow the relief operation.

More also see company description the DFKOM GmbH is an established supplier of marketing and PR strategies. She is a renowned specialist for corporate publishing, Public Relations and social media. The owner-operated full-service agency for multimedia communication with offices in Munich and Cologne-Dusseldorf offers high-quality Content and designs for print and online media.

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