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LFPR IS THANKFUL!


LFPR - December 21, 2018 - 0 comments

We have a lot to be thankful for at LFPR during this holiday season with much to look forward to in the new year.  We have celebrated many client successes over recent months and are excited about working with all our clients in 2019.  Every day I am thankful for our wonderful clients and the talents and dedication of the fabulous and growing LFPR team.  It seems like Hayley Larson, our Graphic Web and Print Designer and Crystal Vogel, our Marketing Assistant, have been with us for much longer than three months.  This is a big compliment as they have fitted in so well to our supportive, pro-active and resourceful team.  It is great to be able to offer in house design services thanks to Hayley’s talent and hard work and to be training the next generation of marketing graduates with the quick to learn Crystal.  We enjoyed celebrating at a staff Christmas lunch at the Perry Lane Hotel’s Emporium restaurant and with a fun photo shoot with our children and grandchildren – human and furry.

I am very excited that from January 1, 2019 LFPR will offer an industry-leading benefits package for its employees. In partnership with David DeWitt of Health Insurance Savannah Inc, LFPR now offers one of the most comprehensive employee benefits packages of any PR agency in the entire United States.  This package includes Humana OPT-1 Platinum full family healthcare coverage and three weeks paid time off (PTO).   I believe we are now one of the fastest growing public relations firms in the whole of the South Eastern United States. What is driving that growth? Great client service, which in turn, is driven by our great team.  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 demonstrate that quality, I would like to share a few recent client highlights including: promoting the academic successes and String Conservatory concert for the Savannah Classical Academy Charter School; designing a new logo and materials for the Bulloch County Alcohol and Drug Council; promoting Port Wentworth Chamber of Commerce’s good news about economic developments and annual Oyster Roast; launching “CCN” (County Construction News) and undertaking body language training with Bryan County; Savannah Philharmonic’s Picnic in the Park, Historic Savannah Foundation’s annual gala and grant success, Asbury Memorial’s God on Broadway and annual Pecan and Honey Festival, celebrating Jim Wann and the ATC Tybee concerts and the daily satisfaction of being an extended part of our clients’ marketing teams.

Stay tuned for more highlights in early 2019 including: the 26th American Traditions Vocal Tradition; the unveiling of the new Bulloch County Alcohol and Drug Council website; Savannah Philharmonic’s Best of Broadway Concert, Historic Savannah Foundation’s Race for Preservation and much more!

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