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Jaffe Communications Opens Doors in Cranford

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(L-R) Jaffe leadership - Bruno Tedeschi, Carrie Jaffe and Jonathan Jaffe - join Cranford Mayor Tom Hannen and Assemblyman Jamel Holley to cut the ribbon at the new Jaffe Communications office. Credits: Frank C. Conlon
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CRANFORD, NJ - Jaffe Communications, a full-service public relations, marketing and publishing firm, was launched in Cranford in April 2003.

And the township is the ideal place to return, with Jaffe Communications opening its new doors in Cranford Executive Plaza on North Avenue. Among its work, which includes such national clients as Amazon and Verizon, Jaffe Communications works with many local companies, non-profits and government entities.

"Our firm continues to grow, so it was important to have a large location with ease to major transportation," said Jonathan Jaffe, managing principal of Jaffe Communications. "Our search kept returning to Cranford, as this town is the perfect fit for our criteria. We look forward to being here for a long time."

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Recently, the firm held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and client reception to mark the return to Cranford. Jaffe said it was great to see some old and new friends from Cranford, including Assemblyman Jamel Holley, Cranford Mayor Tom Hannen, Cranford DMC Director Kathleen Miller Prunty and Planning Board member Lynda Feder.

Learn more about Jaffe Communications at jaffecom.com 

 

 

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