WHAT WE DO
We are dedicated to developing long-term relationships and building confidence and trust with our clients.
For PR to be successful, it needs to reach enough of the right target audiences enough times with a message that convinces and prompts the desired action or change in behavior or opinion.
PR builds reputations and shapes opinions; it educates and informs while nurturing relationships and capturing hearts and minds. PR can protect reputations in a crisis. In short, it is positive things written and said by other people, without those people having an obvious vested interest, such as in paid advertising.
Lesley Francis' whole team is great to work with and does a wonderful job. They are so supportive and very professional.
— Mary Fuller
Executive Director, United Way of Bryan County
Lesley Francis and her team at LFPR offer superior public relations services. From copywriting to media placement to creative services - they excel at all of it. Every member of the team really listen to their clients and respond to their needs, provide constant and consistent updates and feedback, and execute on time. They truly love Savannah and the business and organizations they serve.
— John Houchens
Executive Director, Maritime Bethel of Savannah
The Lesley Francis Public Relations team has been a valuable asset to the Bryan County Opioid Prevention Project. Lesley and her team have extensive knowledge and experience in working with non-profit organizations. They continuously research to stay up-to-date on the opioid epidemic in order to promote our goals and strategies in preventing opioid abuse in Bryan County. LFPR allowed me to make connections in the community that would have been impossible on my own. Their client communication surpasses all expectations. If I needed anything, I knew an email or call would be answered almost immediately. Lesley’s team has excitement and passion in what they do. I always look forward to my monthly planning meetings with them. They truly became an invested member of my organization.
— Rebecca Fenwick
Project Coordinator, Bryan County Opioid Prevention Project