Eight additional Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) affiliates also make America’s Best PR Agencies list
SEATTLE, Wash. (Oct. 28, 2020) – Forbes’ first-ever ranking of the 200 best public relations agencies in America features The Fearey Group (Fearey), one of the West Coast’s leading PR firms. Fearey shares this honor with eight of its Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) affiliates firms, including Three Box Strategic Communications (Dallas), The Castle Group (Boston), LCWA (Chicago), The Hoyt Organization (Los Angeles), The Conroy Martinez Group (Miami), S&A Communications (North Carolina), Buchanan Public Relations (Philadelphia) and Landis Communications Inc. (San Francisco).
In partnership with market research firm Statista, Forbes identified the best PR firms in America through a survey of more than 12,700 experts and 20,500 customers who nominated more than 5,000 firms. Click here to see the full list.
“As we head into our 40th year in 2021, Fearey is proud to receive recognition from one of the world’s premier media companies,” said Aaron Blank, CEO and President of Fearey. “Over four decades, our agency has had the honor of being involved in some of Seattle and the West Coast’s most monumental moments, and this accolade from the business community and a top national publication is icing on the cake. Recognition as one of America’s best PR agencies is a testament to our staff, clients and community, and it speaks to the incredible legacy our firm’s founder Pat Fearey started back in 1981, which lives on in our work today.”
In making the announcement, Forbes commented: “As public relations professionals look to navigate their clients through an uncertain, volatile and noisy year. . . PR agencies have increasingly sought to integrate with their clients to provide new types of information that help with both external and internal communications.”
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About The Fearey Group (Fearey)
The Fearey Group (Fearey) is a full-service public relations, crisis management and public affairs firm that is distinguished by its deep, time-tested understanding of how businesses work and what they need to succeed. By basing the strategic planning process on the long-term objectives of the client’s business plan, the firm effectively and efficiently meshes messaging with business activities to build the bottom line. Among the very best of Seattle PR firms, Fearey is driven by its mission statement, which is to develop trusting relationships one conversation at a time. Bottom line, the firm and its people know how to tell stories, pitch messages, engage audiences and help sell products or services.