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LFPR - January 31, 2018 - 0 comments

Team LFPR has seen a few changes already this year. Firstly, Evelyn Fallon, our Digital and Social Media Executive, began a new journey working remotely from Texas but will be returning to Georgia regularly for client meetings, photography and videography. We miss her being in the office but we are making it work well and are looking forward to her first return visit in February.

We have been fortunate to have been appointed as marketing partners to the wonderful non-profit organization, Family Promise of Greater Savannah which provides homeless families with children, emergency shelters, meals, and encompassing support. We are also delighted to be supporting the Bryan County Opioid Prevention Project with this important initiative in our community.

Earlier this month we welcomed Sarah Bishop as our new full time Marketing Assistant to assist Team LFPR with delivering the highest quality work for our clients. Born and raised in Wisconsin, Sarah recently relocated to the warmer south after having completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Life Sciences Communication from the University of Wisconsin. Before joining LFPR, she worked for the City of Savannah. While in school, she was a science writer for the university newspaper, The Daily Cardinal and held communications internships with the University of Wisconsin, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences as well as a local non-profit, the Clean Lakes Alliance. Welcome aboard Sarah!

We have also welcomed two new furry team members to our office! As we are all animal lovers, Hollie Barnidge and I adopted two sisters from a litter in Swainsboro who needed good homes. They are Labrador mix puppies – Mabel and Violet – and they are coming to work with us until they are old enough to stay home…………………….

While there has been a lot of hard work, we have made time for some fun with a jewelry making party before Christmas and a trip to Savannah’s Prohibition museum to celebrate Hollie’s birthday. While we were officially working on January 18, we could not help but enjoy the amazing music of Ricardo Ochoa & His Gypsy Jazz quartet at Cohen’s Retreat for our client, The Mediation Center’s inaugural fundraising Velvet Gala.

We have a lot to look forward to this spring with many exciting projects and some fabulous culture. The Savannah VOICE Festival will be back in February, The American Traditions Silver Jubilee is set for the week after Presidents Day, The Philharmonic is busy rehearsing for their Chinese New Year and Piano Men concerts and Asbury Memorial Theatre is presenting Plaza Suite in early March.

Until next time…………….