WHERE WE’VE BEEN
R/P Marketing Public Relations has since evolved into an elite group that has frequently been ranked* in the top 1 percent of both U.S. ad agencies and PR firms.
Today, our depth of market knowledge and successful experience in healthcare, building products, arts & entertainment and associations have enabled us to become trusted specialists in these areas.
In fact, R/P has created a division dedicated to marketing hospice organizations, Transcend Hospice Marketing Group, and has developed our OneVoiceâ„˘ approach to association marketing.
Strategic. Creative. Eclectic. They all describe R/P and reflect our commitment to marketing public relations. Weâ€™re a diverse group of experienced professionals who rely on each other and our collective strengths to get the job done.
We believe strongly in giving back. Weâ€™re proud to regularly provide marketing support to nonprofit organizations pro bono or at a greatly reduced rate.
Many of our team members also donate their personal time and finances to a wide variety of worthy causes, like â€śadoptingâ€ť local families during the holidays, participating in fundraising walks and bike tours, and serving on boards of local and national charities.
Check out this inspiring story, when our efforts helped a local girl get back on her feet.
In 2006, R/P created Chicks for Charity to support local, â€śunder the radarâ€ť charities. It inspires women and girls of all ages to fulfill their philanthropic potential through donations of time, talent and money â€“ efforts that already have raised more than $400,000!
Our mantra: Enjoy life. Laugh a lot. Work hard. Play hard. Be thankful for our blessings. Share the wisdom. Give back.
Every organization has its way
of thinking, its set of guiding principles that in many ways define the character of the organization.
When people align their actions with these beliefs, culture is born.
Weâ€™re proud of our beliefs, our people and our culture.
Take a look. And let us know what you believe â€¦ maybe thereâ€™s a fit.
*As published in Advertising Age
and PR Week.