Thoughtful and Effective PR

Public relations is more than just getting in front of the right people. It takes a very specific skill set to stay ahead of trends in the travel and hospitality industry. Identifying what makes a hotel unique, and sharing the story with the world is something that only the most talented public relations professionals can do well. When done properly those stories get shared, and help strengthen the identity and emotional attachment to a property. And when guests become attached to a hotel, they become repeat customers and even advocates for their favorite hotels. Understanding the intricate relationship of public relations to marketing, Charlestowne Hotels conducted an extensive review of qualified, national PR firms.

Quinn

Quinn is a lifestyle public relations agency with global impact. Their disciplined, strategic approach to PR has built some of the largest audiences in the world.

Theyy develop creative strategies that build the reputations, tell the stories, and grow the businesses of lifestyle brands around the world. With offices in New York and Miami and affiliates worldwide, they serve clients in Travel, Real Estate, Spa, Experiences and Retail as well as many Food, Wine & Spirits brands.

They work collaboratively to develop narrative-based ideation, resulting in strategies that capture the attention of today’s sophisticated consumer. They integrate multiple communication channels with partnerships, events and ideation to produce work that is highly effective—and measurable. Their innovative initiatives, which are recognized globally, have resulted in a number of industry “firsts.”

Charlestowne and Quinn believe there is magic to be found at the intersection of creative thinking and value-driven strategies, and that is why they were selected as the preferred public relations partner for Charlestowne Hotels properties as well as for Charlestowne Hotels corporate public relations.

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