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Business Observer Thursday, May 19, 2022 1 month ago

Maryland PR and influencer firm expands to Bradenton

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The company already has multiple Florida clients.

A Maryland public relations firm has expanded to Florida, opening an office in Bradenton.

Jessica Tiller.

The Annapolis, Maryland-based company, Pugh & Tiller PR, specializes in working with small to mid-sized B2B companies in the commercial real estate, health care, insurance, employee benefits, professional services and technology industries, according to a statement. Firm officials said they chose the Sarasota-Bradenton area “to capitalize on (the) region’s strong and growing economy.”

“Florida’s business-friendly climate, combined with the fact that the state is growing three times faster than the rest of the nation, were major factors in our decision to expand here and a logical next step in our growth,” Pugh & Tiller PR Partner Jessica Tiller says in the release.

Matthew Pugh.

Pugh & Tiller’s new space is located at 3620 57th Ave. Drive W., Bradenton. Pugh & Tiller PR has been providing services to a variety of companies with operations and/or presence in Florida, including Benezon and DreamFinders Homes. The firm has also handled conference and trade show management in the Sunshine State for a significant number of clients.

“With diverse talent from well-known colleges and universities, access to quality infrastructure, and proximity to Tampa, establishing a presence in Florida positions us not only to better support existing clients but also to take advantage of opportunities to grow our portfolio throughout the state,” Pugh & Tiller PR Partner Matthew Pugh says in the release.

Pugh & Tiller PR’s services, anchored by strategic communications planning, include media and influencer relations, social media, crisis communications and marketing service. The firm also specializes in developing and executing communications plans to support M&A activity, as well as helping international companies break into and grow in the U.S. market.

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