Pinstripe Marketing was founded by Ginger Reichl to serve the professional services market. In her former role as firmwide advertising and media relations director for one of the world’s largest law firms, Ginger  saw a gap in the marketplace for a communications agency that understood how to work with law firms. She was later recruited by a Fortune 100 technology company to build its in-house agency. She has used that experience to build Pinstripe into one of the fastest-growing agencies in Tampa Bay, serving clients in finance, architecture, engineering, technology, non-profits and other services firms. Clients include members of the local Fast 50, the AmLaw 100 and the Fortune 500.


Ginger Reichl is a seasoned marketing professional, entrepreneur and speaker available to comment on a variety of topics, including:

  • Marketing and communication trends
  • Professional services marketing
  • Non-profit marketing
  • Small business marketing
  • Entrepreneurism
  • Small business
  • Woman-owned business


Other members of the Pinstripe team are available to comment on design, photography, video, event planning, and other creative concepts.


Ginger Reichl bio, recognition & presentation topics

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Pinstripe Marketing media clips

Why Sundial will shine

WFLA’s Stacie Schaible uncovers online reputation management

Marketing stays paramount for Express Dental

Law firms face delays in Bar clarifications of online marketing rules

Law marketers win key ruling with Florida Bar settlement

Court ruling a possible game changer for legal advertising

Labor lawyers’ seminars find a lot of pent up demand

Bar’s new advertising rules foster careful monitoring

Businesses seeking action at Crislip Arcade on Central

Crislip Arcade set to reopen as creative industries vortex

Artists help fuel revival of one block of St. Petersburg’s Central Avenue

Creative cluster paints business success

Crislip Cleanup Planned

Brainstorm Pinellas: new creative network formed

Tampa Bay Business Journal Executive Profile: Ginger Reichl

Volunteer groups take action for the Republican National Convention

Planners: Visibility, outreach crucial to landing RNC business

Tampa Bay execs share which events they’ll hit and why