About

About

Founded in 2009, B Communications brings integrity, transparency and flexibility plus proven results and experience to the table on behalf of clients. We know your investment in telling your story is more than financial – it is personal for you, your employees and your customers.

We will partner with you to make sure your message, your story stands out not because it is the loudest but because it is the most informed and delivers the greatest impact.

Cindy Code / Founder & President

For more than two decades Cindy Code has been a proactive communicator and journalist within the green industry community. She served as editor and publisher of Lawn & Landscape and is an active and respected communicator within the green industry. An honors graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism she is an award-winning journalist and member of the Turf & Ornamental Communicators Association Hall of Fame.

Jeff Fenner / Partner

With more than 20 years of experience as an award-winning editor, marketing professional and event manager, Jeff Fenner worked for GIE Media as an editor on Pest Control Technology and Service Technician magazines, as well as launching and managing the company’s events division. A graduate of Cleveland State University with a degree in communications he has also worked in the agriculture media on integrated communications projects and organized events in Argentina, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico and South Africa.

Cosmo / Chief Canine Officer

Cosmo’s responsibilities include mail delivery, barking at the UPS and FedEx delivery vans, and keeping the squirrels off the B Communications campus. A Basenji rescue, he is in the office most days by 10:00 a.m. unless it is a sunny day when he can be found sunning himself on the back deck.

Roxy / Canine Creative Director

Another “behind the scenes” player of the team, Roxy (a Jack Russell/Beagle mix) spends almost every waking moment in pursuit of a good nap and a treat. Her creative skills include spotting walking dogs from long distances, sticking her head in grocery bags and licking the smoothie glass.

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