Thursday, January 7, 2010

Tucson PR Firm Announces Employee News Release Program at Set Fee

Tucson PR Firm Announces Employee News Release Program at Set Fee

Wolfe PR in Tucson, Arizona serves banks, law firms, businesses, travel and tourism accounts, non-profits and governments with economical results-oriented PR services. News release writing and distribution is their specialty, whether it's about a new vice president, an award, recognition, charitable contribution or a new product. The firm also has a Travel PR division to assist tour companies, resorts, airlines and others get their news to the U. S. travel media

Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) January 1, 2003

January, 2008 - Tucson, Arizona - Wolfe Public Relations, a U. S.-based public relations firm which moved from Maine to Tucson, Arizona in 2005, is introducing a flat rate fee for news release writing and distribution.

Banks, law firms, corporations and non-profits who have multiple news briefs to put out each month about their employees, awards, recognitions or charitable contributions, can earn a reduced rate with Wolfe PR. The releases are written in AP style and distributed directly to local and regional media, as well as trade media, all for a flat rate.

"We handle each release from soup to nuts, including coordinating jpegs, for one set fee. Depending on how many releases they do with us per month. It can be as low as $150 per release, including distribution to local, regional and national trade media by e-mail under the client's name," said Wolfe.

Ms. Wolfe can be reached at beryl@wolfepr. com or at (520) 207-9581. The company's website is located www. wolfepr. com.

Travel PR Division Growing

Wolfe PR also offers travel and tourism PR services. Campaigns typically include the writing and distribution of news releases and story pitches to an in-house list of more than 1,500 travel media in the United States. Wolfe says using a PR firm like hers is an economical and credible way to reach U. S. media and their readers and viewers, especially with the use of e-mail and databases.

"A news release written in AP style is a very effective way to obtain publicity for a company or destination with a limited budget," said Wolfe.

Wolfe, who speaks Spanish, wants to serve more clients in Mexico and other parts of Latin America. A 1976 graduate of the University of Arizona in Tucson, she lived and worked as a reporter in Venezuela and also served as an ESL teacher in Spain in the 1980s. So far, the firm has helped more than five clients located south of the border, including the new Frida exhibit in Queretero.

Wolfe started Wolfe Public Relations in 1993. Her husband, Jason Wolfe, joined the firm in 1999 and is also a former reporter and principal at the firm.

The Wolfe Public Relations website is located at www. wolfepr. com, which contains a section in Spanish. The firm also owns Wolfe News Wire, an online news release posting service for clientslocated at http://www. wolfenews. com (http://www. wolfenews. com).

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