what our clients are saying

Outreach

  • “There are a lot of public relations firms that put out nice newsletters and send out standard public information materials. But in a tough situation, I want to have Rauch Communication Consultants on my side. You were always looking ahead, working to solve problems before they occurred. You were also willing to challenge project decisions when you thought we were going in the wrong direction.”

    — Meredith Husted, Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District

  • “Excellent presentation...kept the group's attention with an informative and fast paced program...many favorable comments on the subject material.”

    — CASA presentation

  • “Rauch Communication Consultants Inc. has been in charge of the public outreach for Novato Sanitary District for the past six years. Over that time they did the outreach for our $90 million wastewater treatment plant upgrade project and the rate increase to fund the project. In both cases, the public outreach program resulted in very positive public support of the District's programs.”

    — Beverly James, General Manager
    Novato Sanitary District

  • “Your media outreach, organizing large public meetings, support materials, letters, press release, and newsletter all helped to positively change the public attitude about water.”

    — Chuck Bennett, Director
    Casitas Municipal Water District

  • “You have helped us to successfully convey to our customers the importance of the work we are doing I receive complements on a regular basis from members of the public on the newsletters you prepare for us and how well they tell the story of Diablo Water District.”

    — Mike Yeraka, General Manager
    Diablo Water District

  • “I just received a call from a residential property owner..., he commented that the mailer was well written and very informative. He wasn't happy about the increase, but understood the reasoning behind it, and it left him with the impression that the Board was conservative and had really thought out the matter of the increase in rates.”

    — Ann Arnott, Office