by Bill Amodeo | Aug 4, 2020 | Outdoor Advertising, The All Star Post
Covid-19 Public Health Awareness & Prevention Media Services Are Available For Government Entities As Well As Health Organizations Who Want To Partner With Us To Reach Their Community Where They Live And Shop Every Day.
Long before the introduction of Covid-19 came to Florida there was a steady rise in Hepatitis A here. We worked on campaigns with multiple health departments across the state to prevent the spread of Hepatitis A and of course make people aware of how it spreads so that they can do a better job preventing it before it’s too late. Covid-19 is extremely similar in some instances and some of the recommendations for Hepatitis A have actually transferred over into Covid-19 prevention. Tips like washing our hands frequently, not sharing beverages, not shaking hands, staying clean and using common sense always helps. I’m sure some of you are thinking to yourself, “Well, what makes All Star Media Solutions qualified to sell these services?” Hepatitis A was not the only issue we worked on. Listen to some of the other topics, programs and campaigns we have done this same type of awareness and prevention strategy for below. There was a rise in Human Trafficking arrests not long ago in Florida and we worked with a high school art program to decide on the artwork we were going to use to raise awareness for this topic and program. The art students were instructed to paint “what human trafficking means to you”. We let the children vote for one of their classmate’s artwork and we used the winners artwork to digitally design a large format outdoor poster to install across the areas they needed to reach in the community. Another issue we noticed was a rise in HIV infections. So as we always do we reached out to the health programs in the state who wanted to focus on making people aware about HIV infections and how to prevent getting this disease. Last but not least one really troubling issue we faced was Fentanyl overdoses. It was killing more people through overdoses than anything we have ever seen in our Country.
As you can see we have been doing this for a very long time and have previously covered many health topics. You can trust us to bring your Covid-19 health message to the public to help prevent the spread.
For Outdoor Print Health Awareness Campaign Questions Call: Bill Amodeo at 855-562-9198.
For Digital Public Health Broadcasting Questions Call: Michael Garcia at 786-681-4650.
Above And Beyond Covid-19 Awareness Campaigns
Tobacco Cessation / Flavored Tobacco & Youth Awareness Campaign
Mental Health & Behavioral Health Awareness Campaign
HIV / PrEP Awareness Campaign
Students Working Against Tobacco Awareness Campaign
Hepatitis Awareness Campaign
Getting 2 Zero HIV Awareness Campaign
Childrens HPV Vaccine Awareness Campaign
Youth | Making The Right Choices Awareness Campaign
Don’t Let Flavored Tobacco Marketing Trap Our Kids Awareness Campaign
Know Your Doctor Awareness Campaign
Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign
Summer Break Spot Meals For Kids Awareness Campaign
Fentanyl Overdose Awareness Campaign
YES WE ARE QUALIFIED TO DESIGN, PRINT, AND STRATEGICALLY INSTALL YOUR HEALTH MESSAGING ACROSS THE ZIP CODES, COUNTIES, REGIONS OR STATES YOU NEED TO REACH.
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by Bill Amodeo | Jul 29, 2019 | Outdoor Advertising
Image by FRANCO PATRIZIA from Pixabay
(CNN) — Florida health officials are warning of an uptick in a mosquito-borne virus known as Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE).
Several sentinel chickens tested positive for EEE, which can spread to humans via infected mosquitoes and cause brain infection and swelling, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County said in a Thursday statement. Sentinel chickens are fowl that are tested regularly for the West Nile virus and EEE. Their blood can show the presence of the diseases, but they don’t suffer from the effects of the viruses.
Following the positive tests for the sentinel chickens in Orange County, the health department said “the risk of transmission to humans has increased.”
Only about seven cases of the EEE virus in humans are reported in the US each year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
However, the disease can be fatal: about 30% of people who contract it die, according to the CDC. Many survivors have ongoing neurologic problems.
People develop symptoms about 4 to 10 days after they are bitten by an infected mosquito, the CDC says. Signs include sudden onset of headache, high fever, chills and vomiting. More severe symptoms include disorientation, seizures and coma.
With summer in full swing, mosquitoes are buzzing around at peak populations. Officials warned people to avoid being bitten by draining standing water around their homes, covering skin with clothing or repellant, and using screens to cover doors and windows.
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by Bill Amodeo | Jul 6, 2019 | The All Star Post
As Stated by the New York Post,
“LAS VEGAS — The buzz began before noon local time Friday, well before the first of 10 games tipped off on the opening day of the Las Vegas Summer League.
A hot sun was beating down on the concrete, though it did little to discourage the never-ending line of fans that zigzagged around the Thomas & Mack Center. Most of the sold-out crowd was there for one reason.
The Zion Williamson show was in town.
In a city that advertises shows of all kinds, this was unlike any other — for reasons nobody expected. The game was postponed in the fourth quarter as the Vegas area was rocked by the effects of a 7.1-magnitude earthquake.
In front of a packed house, playing against his former Duke teammate RJ Barrett and the Knicks, Williamson made his pro debut and racked up 11 points and three rebounds in the first half before sitting out the second with a left knee injury. The No. 1 pick took a knee-to-knee hit, and while it was not expected to be serious, according to ESPN, the Pelicans played it safe and held him out for the rest of the game.
After the earthquake cut the game short, Williamson left the arena without speaking to the media. He did not appear to be wearing anything on his left knee.
As Williamson sat on the bench in the second half, chants of “We want Zion” came and went, to no avail. But the 6-foot-7, 285-pound phenom gave the fans a glimpse of what they came for in just over nine minutes of action.
All Williamson had to do was dunk once in the pregame layup line and the place went wild.
The celebrities in attendance ranged from fellow NBA players LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Lonzo Ball, Trae Young and No. 2 pick Ja Morant to Floyd Mayweather.
Williamson got off to a slow start, capped off by an air-balled jumper, but he quickly gained steam. First there were two-handed slams on back-to-back possessions. Then he had a one-handed swat the crowd roared for, making it was too loud to hear the whistle
Soon after, Williamson wrestled a ball out of Kevin Knox’s hands and took two steps for another dunk that brought the crowd to its feet.
There were more boos when Williamson got fouled in the open court, robbing him of a chance at one of the jaw-dropping dunks that helped him take over the college basketball scene at Duke and rise to the top pick in June’s draft.
A regular dunk just before the buzzer at the end of the first quarter put Williamson at 10 points. He finished with 4-of-9 shooting, including 0-for-2 from beyond the 3-point arc.
While the crowd seemed a bit deflated whenever Williamson was on the bench, it was equally raucous whenever he stood up to walk to the scorer’s table and check in. The next check-in never came, but the roars will be back whenever it does.”
Outdoor Super Bowl Advertising For Your Business, Movement, Organization or Cause is Available for Three Months Prior to The 2020 Super Bowl In, Across and Around Miami and Will Remain Three Months After The Event. For More Information Call 855-562-9198 or Our Media Department Difectly at 786-681-4650.