Bellmont Partners Welcomes Nine New Clients to Roster

One thing that brings us joy is the amaz­ing mix of clients we get to work with each day. From long-stand­ing part­ner­ships to rela­tion­ships that are just begin­ning, the vari­ety of indus­tries, projects and clients with whom we have the priv­i­lege to work keeps things fresh while also pro­vid­ing the oppor­tu­ni­ty to con­tin­ue strength­en­ing our expe­ri­ence and skills in all these areas.

From agri­cul­ture and hor­ti­cul­ture busi­ness­es to non­prof­its and med­ical device com­pa­nies, here are new clients we’ve been excit­ed to wel­come to our ros­ter in the last few months:

  • Abijah’s, an off-track thor­ough­bred equine ther­a­py pro­gram out of Can­ter­bury Park, brings heal­ing and well­ness to clients expe­ri­enc­ing PTSD, addic­tion, trau­ma, eat­ing dis­or­ders, depres­sion and anx­i­ety. Focused on the unique pres­sures that race­track back­side work­ers, first respon­ders, vet­er­ans and active mil­i­tary mem­bers face, Abijah’s gives new life to retired race­hors­es by part­ner­ing them with men­tal health pro­fes­sion­als for life-chang­ing, research-based work with clients expe­ri­enc­ing men­tal health strug­gles. Abijah’s plans to expand to more tracks through­out Unit­ed States soon.
  • Agte­gra Coop­er­a­tive, a farmer-owned coop­er­a­tive with more than 6,800 active mem­ber-own­ers across North Dako­ta and South Dako­ta, is based in Aberdeen, South Dako­ta. Agte­gra is equipped to pro­vide farm­ers with grain, agron­o­my, ener­gy, and feed and farm sup­ply prod­ucts and ser­vices. Formed in 2018, Agte­gra is the uni­fi­ca­tion of two lega­cy-rich, farmer-owned coop­er­a­tives: South Dako­ta Wheat Grow­ers, which start­ed in 1923, and North Cen­tral Farm­ers Ele­va­tor, which was formed in 1915.
  • Danziger, a fam­i­ly-owned glob­al leader in bed­ding plant and cut flower breed­ing, was found­ed in 1953. Based in Israel and known for bring­ing per­son­al­ized cus­tomer ser­vice to its cus­tomers around the world, Danziger has prop­a­ga­tion facil­i­ties in Israel, Guatemala, Kenya and Colom­bia. Bell­mont Part­ners assists their North Amer­i­can mar­ket­ing team with pub­lic rela­tions and media rela­tions projects.
  • MacPhail Cen­ter for Music is the nation’s largest cen­ter for music learn­ing and per­for­mance and one of Minnesota’s top 10 arts orga­ni­za­tions. Since 1907, MacPhail has com­mit­ted to trans­form­ing lives and strength­en­ing com­mu­ni­ties through life-long music learn­ing expe­ri­ences – from clas­si­cal to jazz to elec­tric and beyond – that inspire. Each year, MacPhail offers pro­gram­ming to 15,000 stu­dents of all ages, back­grounds and abil­i­ties at loca­tions in Min­neapo­lis, White Bear Lake, Chan­has­sen, Apple Val­ley, Austin and Made­line Island, Wis­con­sin, in addi­tion to online and through 103 com­mu­ni­ty part­ner­ships across the Twin Cities.
  • Mon­rovia has pio­neered the art of grow­ing plants for near­ly 100 years. Found­ed in 1926 in South­ern Cal­i­for­nia by Har­ry E. Rosedale, Sr., the com­pa­ny is now a pre­mier grow­er of shrubs, peren­ni­als and trees. Mon­rovia col­lab­o­rates with breed­ers around the world to intro­duce improved plant vari­eties to North Amer­i­ca. More than 4,000 beau­ti­ful, crafts­man-grown selec­tions are nur­tured at Monrovia’s nurs­ery loca­tions in Cal­i­for­nia, Ore­gon, Con­necti­cut and Geor­gia. Bell­mont Part­ners assists Mon­rovia with pub­lic rela­tions activities.
  • The Toro Com­pa­ny is a lead­ing world­wide provider of inno­v­a­tive solu­tions for the out­door envi­ron­ment includ­ing turf main­te­nance, snow and ice man­age­ment, land­scape, rental and spe­cial­ty con­struc­tion equip­ment, and irri­ga­tion and out­door light­ing solu­tions. Bell­mont Part­ners is work­ing with Toro’s res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial irri­ga­tion divi­sion, assist­ing with con­tent for the Unique Light­ing Sys­tems brand.
  • Twin Cities Black Employ­ee Net­work (TC-BEN) fos­ters sus­tain­able con­nec­tions between Black pro­fes­sion­als to strength­en the well-being and reten­tion of Black tal­ent in the Twin Cities. For more than a decade, TC-BEN’s 3,500+ mem­bers engage with pro­gram­ming and events that have been spon­sored by more than 35 of the region’s lead­ing cor­po­ra­tions, gov­ern­ment agen­cies, edu­ca­tion­al insti­tu­tions and nonprofits.
  • UroDev is a clin­i­cal-stage, ven­ture-backed med­ical device com­pa­ny devel­op­ing the Con­nect­ed™ Catheter Sys­tem, a device designed to improve the qual­i­ty of life for men suf­fer­ing from neu­ro­genic blad­der and chron­ic uri­nary reten­tion. The Con­nect­ed Catheter is a wire­less­ly con­trolled blad­der man­age­ment sys­tem that is ful­ly inter­nal to the body and may be used for up to sev­en days.
  • Uro­Tron­ic is a med­ical device com­pa­ny cur­rent­ly con­duct­ing clin­i­cal tri­als to sup­port the glob­al com­mer­cial­iza­tion of its prod­ucts. The Optilume® drug-coat­ed bal­loon tech­nol­o­gy pro­vides a min­i­mal­ly inva­sive treat­ment option for men suf­fer­ing from uri­nary tract con­di­tions like ure­thral stric­tures and benign pro­sta­t­ic hyper­pla­sia (BPH). BPH affects 70% of men 60–69 years of age and 80% of those 70 years of age or old­er. The drug-coat­ed bal­loon tech­nol­o­gy cre­ates a par­a­digm change from the meth­ods cur­rent­ly used by urol­o­gists to treat these conditions.

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