Should Your Business Have a Newsletter?

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“We need a newsletter.” Perhaps no four words so fill the hearts of marketing communication staffs with dread. That’s because company newsletters always seem to be the spur-of-the-moment brainchild of underutilized executives, who — having left this rotting corpse of an idea on someone else’s doorstep — immediately scurry off to attend their regular duties […]

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How to Leave an Effective Voicemail Message

How to leave an effective voice mail message

When trying to reach someone, having to leave a voicemail (VM) message can be very frustrating. The exercise is especially tiresome if you’re in sales—leaving message after message with little hope of a callback. Pessimistically, you go through the motions, repeating words you’ve said countless times before. Whether your goal is the exchange of goods […]

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Is It Newsworthy?

Tampa Bay PR firm

Every day, in every city of the world, babies are being born. It’s truly a monumental event in the lives of the parents and grandparents, relatives, and close friends of the family. Yet, unless it’s the offspring of a major celebrity, we don’t see a lot of news media coverage when a child enters the […]

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Cushman & Wakefield’s Oliver Hedge Interviewed by New York Times

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Oliver Hedge, a director in the Valuation and Advisory Group at Cushman & Wakefield, works with golf course and country club investors and developers. He has seen the industry ride the rollercoaster and has an insider’s perspective on what is working in today’s climate. And business is good. Oliver talked with New York Times reporter […]

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Cushman & Wakefield’s Byron Moger comments on student housing trends

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Cushman & Wakefield’s Byron Moger is the firm’s expert in student housing projects, so when the University of South Florida announced plans for an upscale, mixed-use housing village, he was the perfect person to comment on the project and growing trend in dorm living. Universities nationwide are building luxury dorms that compete directly with higher-cost, […]

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Highlights of the 2015 Changes to the Associated Press Stylebook

Tampa Bay public relations

The Associated Press Stylebook is celebrating its 50-year anniversary this year, and while the updates to the book are not as drastic as last year’s updates, there are some additions and revisions that are of particular interest. As bacon-lovers, we would like to start off with the expansion of the food chapter to include BLT […]

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INBOUND 2015 – one of the biggest and best marketing conferences

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INBOUND features inspiring keynotes, innovative talks, educational breakout sessions, hands-on lessons and tons of networking. Join us (and 10,000+ new friends) in Boston from September 8th through the 11th to get inspired by Seth Godin, Daniel Pink, Brene Brown, and dozens more, including comedians Aziz Ansari and Amy Schumer. The event includes more than 170 […]

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Lyndsey Shaw Promoted to Senior Project Manager

Lyndsey Shaw

We are pleased to announce that Lyndsey Shaw has been promoted to senior project manager. She joined Pinstripe as a project coordinator in January 2011 and was promoted to project manager in 2013. She manages some of the agency’s largest and most high-profile clients, including the East-West Shrine Game for Shriners Hospitals for Children in which she […]

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Nikki Devereux Joins Pinstripe Marketing

Nikki Bromley

We are thrilled to welcome Nikki Devereux to the Pinstripe family! She is one of those “more talent in her pinky finger” kind of people who will make a big impact for her clients. As a project manager, she helps develop competitive marketing strategies and creative communications that get results. We’ll also take advantage of […]

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Pinstripe PR team promotes Southeastern Guide Dogs Walkathons

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It takes approximately $60,000 to raise and train a guide dog, but the freedom provided to the visually impaired and veterans suffering the effects of PTSD is immeasurable. The Southeastern Guide Dogs annual walkathons are the organization’s largest fundraisers, so it is important that they attract as many people as possible. Pinstripe’s Tampa Bay media relations […]

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