SDVOB Awarded Federal Contract for 12-Month VA Campaign – EIN News

Francisco Cortes, CEO of The Setroc Group
Francisco Cortes, CEO of The Setroc Group
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The Setroc Group, Inc., a New Jersey-based Service-Disabled veteran-owned business (SDVOB), announced their first contract with the federal government from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The Setroc Group will be working on a 12-month advertising project for the VA’s “Strength at Home” Research Project.

The purpose of the research project is to help service members and veterans strengthen relationships with their families. To achieve recruitment goals, The Setroc Group will work closely with the VA and develop various advertising and marketing campaigns.

“It is an honor to begin working with the federal government on such a meaningful initiative which focuses on strengthening military families. “As a veteran, it is truly an honor working with the VA, an agency that does so much for our brave men and women,” said Francisco Cortes, CEO of The Setroc Group.

Mr. Cortes also enlisted the assistance of NJIT PTAC and worked with Rachel Klein-Pintouri and Raul Mercado. The center reviewed the opportunity with The Setroc Team before submitting it to the federal government.

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