Sunday, July 5, 2020

Garnet garners three new client wins

Boutique rural lifestyle and tourism agency Garnet PR is celebrating a trio of new client account wins across the UK in the run-up to Christmas.

Garnet PR will work with Lake District outdoor family lifestyle brand, Go Your Own Way, Yorkshire’s new pet interior specialists, Olive & Berry, and Katie Cardew Illustrations based in Lincolnshire for the rest for 2019, helping to raise their profiles regionally and nationally in the countdown to the festive season.

The Leeds-based firm was founded by Rhiannon Bates earlier this year and this recent spate of successes proves she is the breath of fresh air rural businesses across the country were looking for.

Rhiannon said: “The support for Garnet PR since we launched this summer has been incredible and I’ve really enjoyed meeting some of the UK’s brilliant rural lifestyle and tourism brands. I pride Garnet PR on being able to deliver bespoke, personal service based on what each individual business needs to help them grow and succeed. 

“Christmas is a competitive PR market but these three brands all have inspiring female leaders who are building passion-led businesses with sustainable credentials. Exactly what we celebrate at Garnet PR. 

“At a time when consumers are prioritising where their products come from and how they are made, as well as shopping locally and buying British becoming increasingly important, I’m delighted to be working with three businesswomen who all have these values at the core of their brands. I can’t wait to help them make this Christmas a cracker!”

Garnet PR is running consumer PR campaigns for all three brands, helping them to build awareness of their products and stories in the run-up to and during the festive season. 

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