BOCA RATON, Fla., September 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — TransMedia group to attract global media attention USPA Statewide Security chairman Daniel Manning and VP Brian Fitzgibbons, a former US Marine, and their international security company’s effectiveness in using a mix of philanthropic donations and their network of more than 5,000 security companies around the world to combat human trafficking and other egregious crimes against women and children .

“We intend to ensure that this elite team of security professionals, investigators and veterans receive the best media messages our firm can deliver to highlight their brave and noble actions,” said Adrienne Mazzone, President of TransMedia Group a strong advocate of human rights.

“Our PR campaign will focus on USPA’s frontline management, informing the media of the many situations their team is involved in – when safe to report – and results from their dangerous missions and activities deliver first-hand,” added Mazzone.

“We felt that the energy and passion of TransMedia Group matched our team, which is why we were quick to tap into their PR expertise,” said Manning.

TransMedia plans to share first-hand accounts of trafficker rescues and missing persons cases conducted by the USPA, as well as the inner workings of their witness protection program. When it is safe to do so, USPA will grant access to those protected under its Witness Protection Program, with appropriate safeguards in place to protect the respondent’s identity.

“While there are many heroes in this world, we plan to spotlight the many brave acts of the USPA with the media for their bravery in saving so many people in over 16 countries around the world,” Mazzone said

TransMedia said it will create media awareness for USPA’s nonprofit division, Kingsman Philanthropic Corp., investigating missing children cases, rescuing women and children from domestic violence and human trafficking, and her philanthropic…


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