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LFPR - April 22, 2019 - 0 comments

I am so blessed to lead our dedicated, hard-working and talented group of women at LFPR and very happy to be working with our wonderful clients. It is important to me that we celebrate achievements and we were all happy to congratulate Kristyn on her well-deserved promotion to Account Manager earlier this year.  We also had a great time with a mani-pedi party to celebrate Hollie, our Vice-President’s birthday at the end of January.  It is amazing to think that I moved to coastal Georgia nearly ten years ago and humbling to realize how fortunate I have been over the past decade

Recently, we were thrilled to announce our appointment by the Savannah Ballet Theatre, Savannah’s largest nonprofit dance company which will soon celebrate 21 years of great productions, community outreach efforts, educational events and excellent dance opportunities.  We are grateful to our wonderful local media – Savannah Morning News, Connect and WTOC in particular who promoted March’s fantastic production of Wizard of Oz.  If you were not able to attend this sold out performance you missed a treat.  As we approach summer, weare busy promoting another new client – EDB – an independent business, based in Richmond Hill owned by Hector Claudio. Hector has lived in coastal Georgia for four years and has always enjoyed the outdoors and boating. He became frustrated with the sunglasses available at a range of price points, unable to find a quality, stylish and robust product which offered high performance and good value for money. This passion led him to source and launch the EDB range of quality sunglasses including a lifetime guarantee and I can personally recommend these! We are also excited to be working to launch Victory North,an exceptional new venue which is slated to change the dynamics of performance and event space in Savannah when it opens soon.

Looking back on 2019 to date, a few of my personal highlights include: the 26thAmerican Traditions Vocal Competition in February, launching the new website forBulloch County Alcohol and Drug Council, media training with the Port Wentworth Chamber of Commerce, kicking off the search forSavannah Philharmonic’s new conductor – THE BATON and just this week, the opening ofthe new gym at Savannah Classical Academy. I am also really proud of our new look logo, brochure and other collateral – a great team effort with the talented Hayley designing it all around looking after our clients’ needs. Planning ahead I am especially excited about Historic Savannah Foundation’s Preservation Month in May, Asbury Memorial UMC’s annual revue in June and of course Savannah VOICE Festival’s line-up for its seventh annual Festival in August – it looks amazing and I am proud that LFPR has been there since the beginning.  Enjoy your summer and goodbye until next time!