We have a lot to celebrate this holiday season at LFPR. We were thankful to receive the runner up award for the Best PR Agency in Savannah Magazine’s annual Best of Savannah Awards and we all celebrated in style at their November party. We are also thrilled to have won the award as the best marketing agency in Bryan County by Bryan County News and look forward to celebrating this achievement in January. Thanks to everybody who voted for us.
We took time to celebrate two promotions among our talented team at LFPR. Hayley Larson is now our Creative Manager and Crystal Vogel has been promoted to Account Executive. We enjoyed our staff holiday event at the Fat Radish restaurant in Savannah and thanked our wonderful clients and media contacts with gifts of specially commissioned LFPR branded cookies from Two Smart Cookies – shopping local!
I am very excited that from January 1, 2020 LFPR is adding to our benefits package for employees. In partnership with Edward Jones of Port Wentworth, LFPR now offers a matching Simple IRA program. In addition to our Humana OPT-1 Platinum full family healthcare coverage and three weeks paid time off (PTO), I hope our employees know how much they are valued! We expect a lot from our people, and it is important to me that we attract and retain the very best people in the industry to ensure the highest levels of client service.
To demonstrate that quality, I would like to share a few recent client highlights including: launching the inaugural Junior American Traditions Vocal Competition: promoting the Historic Savannah Foundation’s annual gala and Greenbriar’s 70th anniversary gala – thanks to Bunny In The City for attending and featuring these wonderful events in the Savannah Morning News; launching the Davenport House/Savannah VOICE Festival series of lectures and concerts; launching the spooky 17 South Haunted Forest and working tirelessly with the Salvation Army in Savannah to promote their annual Red Kettle Campaign as well as much more!
We are excited to have been appointed by The Savannah African Art Museum and to have worked on a successful high-profile media project with the historic First African Baptist Church restoration in downtown Savannah. We love and appreciate being an extended part of our clients’ marketing teams and remain committed to donating a percentage of our billable hours to non-profits in our community. Personally, I was pleased to co-chair the United Way of Bryan County’s annual fundraising campaign and thrilled to be part of the panel for the region’s celebration in Savannah.
Happy New Year – we are looking forward to a fantastic 2020 at LFPR!