Savorian Wines, a Brooklyn-based company that imports and distributes wines from Catalonia, Spain, has selected Whitegate PR as its AOR. The firm will work on a program to raise awareness of the company’s new white wine brand in the U.S.
Snackbox PR has two new contracts: Chinet and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. The firm will handle national PR for Chinet. Snackbox was the AOR for the disposable tableware company in 2008 and 2009. For the Federal Reserve Bank, the firm will handle the PR, street teams, and social media outreach for Money Smart Week, taking place April 2 through the 9th.
PsomasFMG, a solar systems company, has selected MWW Group as its AOR. The firm will raise awareness of the company and its solar projects. MWW’s sustainability, corporate comms, and digital practice, Dialogue Digital, will work on the account, which will be handled out of the LA office.
Susan Davis International has two new clients. It will provide events and media relations services for the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Foundation. The firm will handle the summer dedication and pre-dedication events for the Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial in Washington D.C. Also, the firm was selected by the Army Historical Foundation to provide media outreach, public affairs and events counsel, and marketing services for the launch of the organization’s commemorative coins. Finally, the firm has re-upped with the Washington Ireland Program to provide PR and events counsel for “An Evening of Celtic Chefs,” which gathers Irish and D.C. culinary leaders.
Software company TIBCO has selected Horn Group as its AOR. Due to this previously unknown conflict of interest, the firm is no longer working with Yammer, which is now working with Ogilvy PR. TIBCO was working with Weber Shandwick, but is now partnered with that firm for UK work. [via PRWeek]
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