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Courtney Flantzer Public Relations: Building Buzz By Telling Your Story

Are you launching an exciting new business? Opening the next hot restaurant or debuting a new exercise concept? What if your current business is expanding to a new location, raised new funding, or has a product sure to disrupt? Would being featured in a magazine, online publication, newspaper or TV show help you and your business?

For almost a decade, businesses ranging from giant medical practices to scrappy startups, boutique fitness studios, fast casual concepts, retail experiences and individuals who are experts in their fields have trusted Courtney Flantzer Public Relations to create comprehensive communications strategies designed to build excitement, enhance reputations and create buzz.

Courtney Flantzer is a unique Public Relations firm: working closely with members of the press we provide all the tools and resources to get our client’s message out online, on TV, in print and via social media. We are a small firm that gets big results.

Courtney’s media savvy and dogged persistence has helped over 25 clients meet their publicity goals by expanding their media presence in TV, magazines, newspapers and emerging digital channels (e.g., podcasts, blogs). Courtney drives the full life cycle of media engagement: tailoring a media strategy, identifying optimal outlets, booking appearances, planning events and ensuring desired outcomes through media training.

How We Do It:

  • Media Strategy & Planning — define your public relations goals & implement a plan to execute
  • Events — create buzz-worthy openings & launches
  • Press Knowledge & Connections — build curated press lists & leverage contacts
  • Monitoring Impact — see how your campaign resonates

Courtney Flantzer Public Relations is based in Arlington. Contact us at [email protected].

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