Release Date: January 4, 2005
ASG Renaissance, a leading provider of IT projects and staffing services, will develop, test and operate a data collection and reporting system to support Ford Motor Company's fuel cell fleet demonstration projects. The data will be used to evaluate the performance of fuel cell vehicles developed by Ford and to establish future fuel cell vehicle research goals.
ASG Renaissance's Lizabeth Ardisana Named as One of the Minority Business & Professionals Network's "Fifty Influential Minorities in Business"
DEARBORN, Mich., June 16, 2005 - The Minority Business & Professionals Network has selected Lizabeth Ardisana of ASG Renaissance for the prestigious "Fifty Influential Minorities in Business" for 2005. Ardisana is one of only four honorees from Michigan.
The national "Fifty Influential Minorities In Business" awards gala honors dynamic, diverse men and women business leaders who share a commitment to professional excellence and making a difference in their communities. They are a select group of people with notable success and have demonstrated strong leadership in their line of business and industry. Their accomplishments in the public and private sectors serve to inspire and motivate an innumerable amount of men and women of color in the global economy.
The award winners will gather this year for a dinner sponsored by Minority Enterprise Advocate Magazine. The gala will be held on Wednesday, June 22 at The Doubletree Hotel located at 300 Army Navy Drive in Arlington, Virginia from 6-10 p.m.
As the Chief Executive Officer of ASG Renaissance, Lizabeth Ardisana is responsible for the company's day-to-day operations and financial management. Lizabeth also manages the company's Consulting Services Department, which provides clients with environmental program management and minority supply chain development services. She continues to work directly with clients, providing consulting and management support on several projects.
Ardisana's interests are far-reaching, reflecting deep social concern and solid professional achievement. Ardisana was elected chairperson of the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in 2003, becoming the first woman to chair the chamber's 30-member board. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Citizens Bank and Mariah Industries, the Kettering University Board of Trustees, the Ford Hispanic Supplier Council and the advisory board of Focus: HOPE - a civil and human rights organization dedicated to overcoming racism, poverty and injustice.
About ASG Renaissance
Founded in 1987, ASG Renaissance serves clients on a national level in the areas of Information Marketing, Technology, Staffing and Consulting. ASG Renaissance has offices in Detroit, Dearborn and Farmington Hills, Mich., Lake Forest, Calif., Charleston, SC, and Washington, D.C.
ASG Renaissance was selected by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) to receive the district 7, 2004 Silver Quill Award of Merit for Special Publication Design. ASG Renaissance is a national communications and technical services firm.
ASG Renaissance won the award based on its design for the Merchant's Fine Wine brochure. The brochure used a unique folded design to compact a large amount of information into a single effective marketing piece.
Art Director, Mary Petroi, received special recognition for the exceptional job of designing the Merchant's Brochure. Petroi not only designed the piece, but also used her skills as a photographer to provide all the images in the brochure.
"It's great to be recognized by the International Association of Business Communicators," said Brendan Prebo, director, Renaissance Creative Group. "Our creative staff works hard and is dedicated to developing unique, award-winning designs for our clients."
The Silver Quill Awards Competition is a once-a-year opportunity that offers professional communicators the opportunity to compare work with other communication professionals in a three-state region including Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. The annual IABC District 7 Silver Quill awards recognize excellence in business communications, as judged by communications professionals across the country.
IABC is a network of professionals committed to improving organizational effectiveness through strategic communication. With more than 100 chapters, IABC serves 13,500 members in 60 countries and 10,000 organizations.
Petroi lives in Birmingham, Mich. and works in Dearborn.
Release Date: January 21, 2005
ASG Renaissance Will Make a Donation to a Local Charity for Every Point Scored
DEARBORN, Mich., January 21, 2005
ASG Renaissance announces today that they will make a donation for every point scored during the Detroit Sports Bowl. All donations will go to COTS, a local homeless shelter.
This Saturday, January 22 during the Detroit Sports Bowl ASG Renaissance will make a $1.00 donation for each point scored with a minimum donation of $300. Each participant will compete in six challenges worth 40 points for a total maximum of 1440 points.
"We view this as not only a great corporate and city event to support, but also a great chance to help those in need during Detroit's infamous winter months", said CEO, Beth Ardisana.
Detroit Sports Bowl is a corporate sports challenge on Ford Field, hosted by Detroit Sports personalities, featuring fan-friendly games and competitions. Co-ed teams compete in six sports challenges with great prizes including a grand prize of tickets to Super Bowl XL in Detroit. Other prizes include suites at Detroit Professional Sporting events, Lifetime Fitness Memberships and Dinners at top local eateries.
About ASG Renaissance
Founded in 1987, ASG Renaissance serves clients on a national level in the areas of Information Technology Projects and Staffing, Engineering Staffing, Communications, Public Relations, Marketing, Project/Event Management, Consulting and Minority Supplier Assistance Programs. ASG Renaissance has offices in Detroit, Dearborn, Farmington Hills, Lake Forest, Calif., South Carolina and Washington, D.C.