Redpoint, which serves clients in the travel, tourism, and hospitality sectors, is named PR agency of record for Snake River Sporting Club, a Jackson, WY-based property that spans 1,000 acres in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, with neighbors including Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park. The 2024/2025 PR campaign is centered around the launch later this year of the property’s luxury accommodations and spa. These additions will complement the existing Tom Weiskopf golf course, equestrian center and fully functioning ranch.
Impact Communications is engaged to promote and provide PR for fintech platform Advyzon’s inaugural conference targeted at independent financial advisors, being held in Phoenix from Feb. 20-22. Impact president and CEO Marie Swift and VP Jonny Swift will also be presenting at the conference. In addition, the agency has signed on as official PR and marketing firm for the T3 Technology Tools for Today conference and informational platform T3TechnologyHub.com. T3 is presenting its advisor technology conference from Jan. 22-25 in Las Vegas. “Impact uniquely combines decades of wealth management industry experience (and the longstanding relationships that come with it) with PR expertise that is second to none,” said Advyzon chief revenue officer John Mackowiak.
Richmond Day is named agency of record for BMW Canada Inc., working with the company’s BMW, MINI and BMW Motorrad brands, as well as Certified Pre-Owned and BMW Group Financial Services. The Toronto-based agency will be responsible for leading all CRM, social, digital and creative activities during the five-year contract period, commencing in 2024. "Unifying creative, digital, social and CRM with a single partner was a core objective through this process,” said BMW brand management director Jonathan Thomson. “We are thrilled that our partners at Richmond Day were able to demonstrate multidisciplinary expertise and are looking forward to realizing the power and efficiency of this new approach across all our brands and business units."