Full service, blah, award winning, yadda, can do, will do, always do, whatever. We could spin you like that, too. But we won’t. Because here’s the truth: every successful relationship between a publicist, crisis manager, advertising pro, media buyer or creative type and you – the client – comes down to chemistry. Does our creativity match your appetite to be bold? Can our smarts help you succeed? Do we believe in your product? Do we believe you? When those planets align, we’re simply the best in the business. With the best clients.
Midnight emailing, type-Aing, tee-ball coaching, award-winning,
fearless ex-reporters and media types who meet deadlines and
exceed expectations. What more do you need?
Stacy Pearson is nocturnal. She comes up with big ideas while driving. She started in the biz as an award-winning newspaper reporter and has worked on some of the most interesting PR case studies in Arizona. Some she can’t even tell you about.
Julia Brabant is a ninja. So much so that you might not even see her black helicopter hovering overhead. She was an newspaper reporter. And she never misses a deadline. Ever. She runs the Denver office, and still manages to he keep all Arizona trains running on time.
Tom Evans is the Swiss Army knife of public relations and marketing. He can do a little bit of everything, from copywriting to creative to strategy. He connects the dots. In his world, there's always a solution to any problem. And he's never more than a few minutes away from his e-mail.
When it comes to brand-building and needle-moving, Up Agency defines the A-Team. We’ve launched new companies, projects and concepts, and we’ve re-branded others. We know how to extract the essence of what you do and motivate your customers to respond to it. We don’t write press releases just to make you happy. We write copy that will be pitched to a print reporter, translated into a TV segment, popped into a status update, tweeted to your followers and emailed to your database – simultaneously. When we use the words strategic, integrated and efficient, it’s not jargon. It’s mantra.