Reno Lovison Marketing Takes on SEAC Client

Alderman Harry Osterman, Peter Porr San O and SEAC children at honorary street naming on Ainslie east of Broadway.

Alderman Harry Osterman, Peter Porr San O and SEAC children at honorary street naming on Ainslie east of Broadway.

Reno Lovison Marketing (RLM) is happy to announce that we have taken on the South-East Asia Center (SEAC) as a marketing client. RLM will be assisting SEAC to increase participation and raise awareness of the many social service programs they provide. SEAC is located in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood and includes an afterschool and summer program for children in grades K-6; a preschool program for 2 to 4 year olds and an infant/toddler daycare center. In addition to the children’s programs there is an adult daycare for seniors, a Golden Diners Program, ESL classes and a number of other services to help recent immigrant and low income families.

Reno Lovison has had an association with SEAC over the years through joint participation in the Chicago Uptown Lions Club and as a former board member. “I am very happy to have this more formalized relationship that will enable us to participate more fully in helping get the word out about this important and interesting grassroots organization which has become an institution in the Uptown area.”, says Lovison.

SEAC is currently headed by Fanny Wong, Executive Director and was founded in 1970 by Peter Porr and San O who originally established SEAC to provide assistance to newly arriving immigrants from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and other South-East Asian countries. The Center has grown to provide a number of needed services to the diverse Uptown Community.

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