Cerion LLC Selects P2R Associates

Cerion_logo_finalLIVONIA, Mich., June 1, 2009 – P2R Associates announced that it has been selected as agency of record for Cerion, LLC of Plymouth, Michigan.

P2R will provide Cerion with a range of integrated communications, corporate positioning and strategic public relations services in support of the company’s business development and marketing initiatives.

Cerion is a privately-held American manufacturing company focused on acquiring and operating small and medium-sized precision component manufacturing operations to serve automotive and other manufacturing industries in the U.S.

“We are delighted to add Cerion to our roster of clients,” said Gordon Cole, president of P2R Associates. “Cerion is quickly building a manufacturing-oriented business focused on providing customers with world-class products and services; we share this vision and are excited to become part of their team.”
Cerion was established in late 2008 with the acquisition of Metavation, and is growing rapidly through strategic acquisitions; the company recently acquired MPI International. Cerion serves a diverse customer base in the automotive, transportation, industrial, energy, consumer and medical markets. More information will soon be available at http://www.cerionllc.com.

About P2R Associates
P2R Associates is an award-winning, strategic public relations and brand communications firm serving a diverse mix of international, national and local companies in a range of industries. Headquartered in Livonia, Mich., P2R provides clients with strategy-driven tactics, superior service and measurable results. For more information, visit http://www.p2rassociates.com.

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