Baltimore’s Abel Communications announced the launch of the Boost Bmore Project, an initiative that aims to empower Baltimore small businesses, nonprofits, restaurants, start-ups and entrepreneurs with pro-bono communications consulting.

“Over the past fifteen years, Abel Communications has provided communications counsel to companies around the country, including many based in our hometown of Baltimore. We’ve seen firsthand how resourceful and resilient the Baltimore business community can be,” said Greg Abel, CEO and founder of Abel Communications. “But right now, in the face of the pandemic and at a pivotal time for justice, we recognize many of our friends and neighbors could use a boost. We are launching the Boost Bmore Project to give back to the community we call home.”

Organizations with 50 or fewer full-time employees based in Greater Baltimore, including nonprofits, restaurants, startups and entrepreneurs are eligible and encouraged to apply through July 8.

Selected businesses will receive communications counsel from one of the top PR firms in the region, including: a one-hour strategy session to help address the most pressing business and marketing challenges, an internal Innovation Lab that will focus on brainstorming how to solve a business or marketing challenge, a Boost Analysis with ideas and recommendations, and an invite-only PR 101 workshop.

For more information on the Boost Bmore Project and to apply, visit

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