PR Consulting becomes Bellingham PR & Communications

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Categorized in: Corporate Branding, Publicity
Published on: December 29, 2020
Written by: Patti Rowlson

A word from our founder, Patti Goethals Rowlson:

I am excited to announce that PR Consulting will begin operating under the name Bellingham PR & Communications in 2021 — a name that better describes the work we do.

Rebranding has been on my mind for nearly five years! Since 2020 has been filled with great change, it felt like the right time to push through and do the work necessary to bring about this change.

While the name will be different, everything else will remain the same. Matthew Anderson and I are still here helping local business leaders communicate with their staff, customers and the public.

We’re still here creating messaging for corporate communications, strategically guiding public relations, managing social media and email marketing, updating websites, editing publications and coordinating all kinds of marketing projects.

We’re still here as a trusted resource for consulting and advice in times of exciting change or crisis. It will just be under a new brand.

The new logo represents the work we do to help business leaders broadcast and distribute consistent, steady messaging that passes like a ripple through each organization, client base and community. We also think that it represents the level of calm and focus our team brings to any project.

Evolving this small business since I launched it in 2009 has been an incredible journey. I look forward to moving forward under the Bellingham PR & Communications brand and to continuing doing work that feels like a calling.

Onward we go!

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