CTP, the Boston-based PR and advertising agency formerly known as Conover Tuttle Pace, has added three clients to its PR roster. The firm will serve as the North American AOR for Objet, an international 3D printer company. Also in the tech practice, the firm has been chosen to provide interactive services to Red Bend Software, a mobile software management company. And the firm is the AOR for the Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club in Cape Cod. In addition to a new name and new clients, CTP is also introducing a new website and logo (left). The firm says it had “double-digit growth in sales and income” in 2011 and its staff grew 30 percent.
The Topps Company, makers of the collectible baseball trading cards, has chosen Warschawski for PR and marketing services. The firm will help with the launch of this year’s gold series of baseball cards that celebrate “Golden Moments,” young players, and more. Topps also makes cards for the NFL, the English Premiere League, the Garbage Pail Kids (ha!), and other groups.
The Public Utility of Texas is searching for a PR firm for an educational campaign about conserving electricity. The program is part of a mandatory policy laid down by the state 10 years ago. [via PRWeek]
Homeric Tours, which specializes in travel to Greece and the Mediterranean, has chosen Kundell Communications as its AOR. The firm will raise awareness of the company via traditional and social media.
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