Concord Bridge Communications

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"...On this green bank, by this soft stream..."

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Why Concord Bridge?

Concord Bridge Communications is a New York City company with a New England spirit. While we're headquartered in Manhattan, we take our name from an historic little village in Massachusetts.

In 1775, the American Revolution began with the battle over a small bridge over the Concord River. By the middle of the next century, Concord was home to two generations of pioneering American writers and editors, such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Henry David Thoreau, and Louisa May Alcott. Not only did the writers of Concord play a leading role in shaping modern American literature, they were advocates for individuality, freedom, equality, justice, and the environment.

Before founding Concord Bridge Communications, Leonard Sadosky was an historian of early America and the American Revolution. Now trained as a marketer and experienced as a communications manger, Leonard still sees a place for the spirit of Revolutionary Concord: the small business owner's desire for freedom and independence, the nonprofit's push for justice and good works, the academic's drive to learn more, the author's and artist's imperative to follow their independent, individualistic spirit.

Grounding all of our clients' communications efforts in the bedrock of classic prose and proven principles, while embracing change, growth, and new technologies, Concord Bridge Communications brings a revolutionary spirit to help those looking to make a difference.


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