In-House Public Relations may be new, but we’ve been helping clients for many years. Among those we’ve helped
When Meritage Homes, the nation’s ninth largest homebuilder, wanted to tell the world about its new green homes, In-House Public Relations helped spread the word. Working with Utopia Communications, In-House placed stories in USA Today and in the Wall Street Journal’s blogs, as well as helping secure network coverage.
Jockey Hollow Dentistry
A family dental practice located in Mendham, N.J., we built its first and second Web sites and handle all marketing, communications and media relations for them. Included in our charge is patient relations. One of the tactics is a monthly publication called Dental Tips. They respond well to e-mailed newsletter. We also do media relations for the practice.
K. Hovnanian Homes
In addition to sales support, we handled everything from employee communications to developing speeches and PowerPoint presentations for executives to crisis management for five states in which K. Hovnanian does business. We won several awards for the work done for K.Hovnanian, most recently a crisis management program to demonstrate the responsible actions taken by the company when dinosaur tracks were found on land it was developing.
Flanders Fire Company #1 and Rescue Squad
In addition to other qualifications, Doug Fenichel, APR, is a federally certified public affairs officer. In that role, In-House Public Relations handles public information duties for this local fire department. Those tasks range from basic publicity to communicating about emergency events. Most recently, the agency handled media relations as the department dealt with its first line-of-duty death.
Saint Clare’s Hospital
We updated its employee communications efforts to reflect an organization that was going through rapid changes. We also helped build the organizations first Web site and created the communications tools to introduce a variety of new services.
Odyssey Automotive Specialty
Odyssey remains one of the best-respected manufacturers of emergency and specialty vehicles. We helped the company grow from a small, local company to a national one. We added public relations techniques to its marketing tool box, updated its advertising and marketing techniques and made trade shows became sales tools. We also introduced new products and used special events to keep customers engaged.
We helped AT&T navigate the complicated world of divestiture. Our tasks included helping employees understand what was happening and talking about it with news media. Along the way, we also helped the company introduce a variety of consumer products, such as corded and cordless telephones, do-it-yourself products and other pieces of equipment for the home.