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Simon PR client the Fairmount Water Works Interpretative Center will be the home of a new art installation encouraging awareness of climate change, open through March 31.

 

Putting you in the media spotlight every day; that's what our clients expect and it's what we do best. We match our clients' news with today's hot topics, apply our creative magic and leverage our relationships with reporters, editors and producers to deliver the stories that matter most.

Glouster Catholic Coach Covers more than the Court

Lisa Gedaka is a basketball legend. In 2014, she became just the third South Jersey girls’ basketball coach to reach 500 wins and after playing for Villanova University from 1984 to 1988, her number was retired. She loves basketball, but she pursues her true passion as a home care nurse for Holy Redeemer Health System. To tell Gedaka’s unknown story, her dedication to the patients she serves with as much passion as she gives her players and fans at Gloucester Catholic High School, Simon PR developed a feature pitch for The Philadelphia Inquirer’s South Jersey columnist. The result: a telling profile of an exemplary Holy Redeemer home care nurse. Read more.

Historic Georgian Gardens Revived by Arts & Crafts

To raise money for its upkeep, Fort Washington’s historic Highlands Mansion & Gardens hosts an Arts & Crafts Show every year. To drive attendance in 2014, the iconic landmark enlisted the help of Simon PR. With a preview party for the show scheduled to take place on the Mansion grounds, the Agency invited local society reporters to attend, get a sneak peek of the works to be displayed and share the excitement with their readers. In addition to over a dozen secured calendar alerts, Simon PR’s preview party outreach resulted in placements reaching over 24,000 readers, including a photo gallery and article in the Main Line TimesRead more.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Simon Says...

Interesting Factoids

A recent infographic from QuickSprout found that while eight out of 10 people will read headline copy, only two of 10 will read the rest of the article.

(February 16, 2015) The Elements of a Good Headline

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our 15-year relationship with Simon PR is very meaningful to us! They’re great at what they do, and always go above and beyond with ideas and results. Best of all, they are generous supporters of the Chamber.

Debra DiLorenzo
President & CEO
Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey