Is your company a Fortune 500 one or a brand new start-up? Are you located in an urban center or a rural town? Whatever your sector, whatever your needs, PRCG can help you. Among the many interests we represent:

  • Aerospace
  • Arts and Culture
  • Automotive
  • Building and Construction
  • Civic Groups
  • Education
  • Environmental
  • Farms and Food
  • Finance
  • Franchises
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Hospitality
  • Labor and Industry
  • Lifestyle
  • Manufacturing
  • Medical Devices
  • Museums
  • Natural Resources
  • Nonprofit
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Professional Services
  • Resorts and Real Estate
  • Restaurants
  • Retail
  • Science
  • Senior Living
  • Technology
  • Tourism

Feed My Starving Children

A Christian non-profit founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) tackles world hunger by sending volunteer-packed, nutritious meals to nearly 70 countries, where they’re used in orphanages, schools, clinics and other building blocks of healthy communities. Last year, 1 million volunteers produced 33 million meals.

Teamworks worked with this international hunger-relief organization since 2008, handling publicity for the Arizona branch of the Minnesota-based nonprofit. Teamworks brought in our PRConsultants Group colleagues in Chicago, Minneapolis, and Dallas to assist with ongoing PR efforts in those markets.

EVA Air’s Hello Kitty Shining Star Jet

Our Houston PRC was referred by California PRC Marisa Vallbona for a project for EVA Air, Sanrio and the Houston Airport System to execute a local public relations strategy supporting the inaugural flight of EVA Air’s Hello Kitty Shining Star Jet with direct service between Houston and Taipei. the PRC coordinated local outreach, culminating in a tarmac party and jet tour with more than 100 local, regional, national and international media in attendance.

Annual Macy’s Believe Campaign

For four years, Phoenix PRC Barb Harris and St. Louis PRC Sharon Kreher of teamworks communications management managed 20+ PRCs in the nationwide promotion of the annual Macy’s Believe Campaign, which raised more than $1 million each year for Make-A-Wish America.

Pasta Pomodoro’s

The owner/chef of Italian restaurant chain Pasta Pomodoro’s brand exposure ranked “molto bene” when crowds and the media at the Italian Heritage Day Parade in San Francisco were wowed by a Sophia Loren lookalike, chef marching band and dance troupe with Sophia masks. PRGC’s San Francisco member helped the marketing team with publicity, strategic planning and event management details.

The Buried Life

MTV’s “The Buried Life” crew launched their bus tour in San Francisco. Publicity and media training was handled by PRCG’s San Francisco representative, who secured several television interviews and newspaper articles.